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

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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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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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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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Kendyl (Knoxville, TN)

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I don't know how we lived without this seat!

The stock seat on our 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 was murder so we ordered this seat. It is beyond comfortable and it changed everything about driving the bike for my husband. It raised him up a little making stopping and going much easier for him. It raised me up in the back giving me a better leg position. It also completely changed the center of gravity and he says it is more balanced now, easier to drive, and like driving a different bike. We can go for long rides now without hurting.

Alan (Withernsea, ERY)

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KEEPS YOU RIDING

I suffer from lower back pain and the stock seat on my Kawasaki VN900 was killing me and I considered giving up riding altogether. Decided to have one last shot with the Mustang seat. What a difference! Superb riding position and back support, no more of the bumps and potholes jarring through the seat. I can now enjoy a days riding.

Joe (Buck Creek, KY)

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Great Seat

Had this seat for about a month now and love it. Head over heals better than factory seat on my 2002 Dyna Wide Glide. Seat looks good and has that classic pillow top look. Wife loves the passenger pad as well. Best money I've spent on bike so for. Just for info....this seat was discontinued as of March 2014 for some reason. The ones for sale are the last available so if you're thinking about buying one go ahead and do it before they are gone.

DIANNE (MURPHY, NC)

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GREAT SEAT

We rode for about 8 hrs today and did great. We will be going to Sturgis this year which will show if it stands up to the longer test.

Mark (Ottawa, 0)

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Neoprene...

Saddle added a lot of padding for my skinny little butt. I did 2500 miles and was worried I wouldnt make it. Problem I had was my nylon bike pants didnt stick very well to the neoprene seat cover causing me to slide forwards on the saddle away from the sweet spot with all the extra padding. I was constantly scooting back up. Jeans made a difference but not enough. I'd but it again but I'd consider a leather saddle and pay the difference up to $500!

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