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2006 Harley-Davidson Screamin' Eagle Fat Boy - FLSTFSE2 Cruiser Motorcycle Seat/Sissy Bar Hardware

2006 Harley-Davidson Screamin' Eagle Fat Boy - FLSTFSE2
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Rear: 200/55R-17 78V
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Mustang Quarter Turn Seat Screw Chrome plated one piece steel seat screw features a raised diamond knurl edge plus accepts a flat bladed screwdriver to easily keep seat secure. The screw is 1/8" lon
Drag Specialties Chrome Seat Springs Custom springs are completely chromed and bolt to the bottom of solo seats Excellent when used on rigid frame motorcycles to absorb road shock, or on mo
Saddlemen Fender Protector Washers Fits neatly between fender and rear mounting tab to protect finish from scratching. Adhesive backing keeps washer in place.  Use with the Saddlemen Billet Seat M
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Billet Seat Mounting Knob
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Saddlemen Billet Seat Mounting Knob Stylish way to secure your new seat to your bike's fender. Billet-style, high-quality knurled knob for attaching the rear mounting tabs of seats to the stock fend
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Quick-Release Seat Latch
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Kuryakyn Quick-Release Seat LatchSpring-loaded latch that nestles in a smoothly shaped housing and covers the existing seat tab Kuryakyn's Quick-Release Seat Latch makes changing the seat or accessing
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Seat Release Kit
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Kuryakyn Seat Release KitChrome beauty cap coverst the stock bracket Knurled chrome knob makes seat removal easy Kuryakyn's Seat Release Kit includes coarse- and fine-thread studs Requires no tools

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Garrett (Yankton, SD)

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Saddleman road sofa seat

Great replacement seat. Installed quick and easy, looks and rides great and would recommend to anyone looking for a good seat to replace an old worn out one.

Ken (New Braunfels, TX)

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Comfy, but Raised Driver Seating Height

At my wife's comfort request, I installed a Mustang seat on my 2011 Honda Shadow Phantom. Next to the stock seat, its like the difference between a park bench and a comfy couch. Plusses: driver and passenger butt comfort. Minuses: price, about 2" rise in driver's seat, and increased leg distance to the pegs. Great for trips, but around town, I'll probably swap back to the stock seat for the lower seating stability. Perfection would be the comfy Mustang seat without the raised seating configuration.

Benjamin (Oxnard, CA)

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Great seat !

The seat was worth the money. The only issue I had was the rear tab. It wouldn't enter the locking lip. All I had to do was grab a crescent wrench and be very careful not to break anything, grab the tab and pull it up little by little until it went into the lip. This seat is way better than the Mustang seat that was on my Road Star when I bought it. The tab issue was not worth complaining about.

Robert (Twentynine Palms, CA)

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Mustang seat on 2002 Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic

The stock seat on this motorcycle was uncomfortable to ride after an hour. It was either find a more comfortable way to ride my current motorcycle or buy a more comfortable motorcycle. I have rode in the Mustang seat for 1,000 miles and have been comfortable. I have come to the conclusion that there will always be some minor discomfort when riding for longer periods of time. The Mustang seat makes it very minor and more than tolerable to want to keep riding instead of taking that rest stop.

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