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2006 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy - FLSTF Saddlemen Cruiser Motorcycle Solo Seats

2006 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy - FLSTF
Tire Size:
Front: MT90-16, Rear: 150/80-16
Spark Plug:
DCPR7E
Battery:
YTX20L-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
135T
Stock Gearing:
Front: 32T, Rear: 70T
Oil Filter:
KN-171B
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Renegade Deluxe Solo Seat
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Saddlemen Renegade Deluxe Solo Seat Renegade touring seats are low, wide and comfortable, with carefully designed contours and a fantastic looking frame-hugging profile. Matching pillion pad
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Saddlemen Renegade Solo Studded Seat Renegade touring seats are low, wide and comfortable, with carefully designed contours and a fantastic looking frame-hugging profile. Matching pillion pads are ava
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Saddlemen Lariat Seat Saddlemen's new Lariat is a low-profile solo seat with optional backrests and pillion pads for Harley-Davidson applications. The Lariat features a distressed Rodeo Brown leather

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Jeff (Fergus falls, MN)

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Nice looking seat

I have a 90' Electra Glide and it helped the appearance. Not the best quality. Rear tab was mounted crooked and I'm not sure it's completely symmetrical. Looks great! Great price!

Joseph (Dartmouth, NS)

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Amazing, much better than the pictures!

Do not dismiss this product because of the poor pictures. I took the time to take off the old seat cover and install the new cover using the same hooks that held the old one on. The results are amazing! Easily looks as good as stock. 81 Kawasaki 440 LTD (with a shiny new seat).

Dick B (Ledyard, CT)

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What a disappointment

Very thin, and just not enough gel. My wife bought these for me for my 97 Goldwing. I have 154k on the bike, and the seat was starting to get a little thin on padding. These gel cushions did nothing. I've even tried doubling them up. For the money, I couldn't have had my seat rebuilt, but it would have been a good start.

R. Michael (Naples, FL)

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waste of money.

I ride on long trips from Naples Florida to South Carolina, Ohio, Michigan and Parry Sound Ontario Canada. Some days I spend up to 8 hours in the saddle and this piece of foam was a real waste so don't spend your money foolishly.

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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