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

2006 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy - FLSTF
Front Tire:
MT90-16
Rear Tire:
150/80-16
Spark Plug:
DCPR7E
Battery:
YTX20L-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
135T
Front Sprocket:
32T
Rear Sprocket:
70T
Front Brake Pads:
Disc
Oil Filter:
KN-171B
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T (Fort myers )

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Tough to put on, takes 2 people

Quality is great. If you want to put cover on using the strings to keep it in place, good luck doing it by yourself. Once you think you have the one side in place the other side pops off. Otherwise, other option is to remove old cover and staple new one on, unfortunately you need a heavy duty stapler, a normal staple gun will not be strong enough to go through the material. Now I need to buy a heavy duty stape gun to put the cover on correctly.

Jeff (Grand Junction )

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Better than stock, but lacking

On my Suzuki C50, it much more comfortable than the stock saddle. It lets me sit lower on the bike, letting my feet be flat on the ground. The rear lumbar is great. Pretty comfortable saddle. But a couple downsides: the gel gets really hot in the summer when the bike sits in the sun; a few chrome studs fell off and I can't find a shop that can replace them.

Chuck (Taylor )

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Saddleman Gel pad

I bought this pad to try and get away from a tailbone issue with the seat on my Softail but it wasn't the answer. I think it's still do to the design of the seat. This gel pad is made quite well and fits my seat great. Not sure how ones bottom would fair against the vinyl or the buttons on a long trip. Price wise I believe was fair compared to others on the market. I plan on going to a chopper style solo seat and we'll see how it works then.

fernando (winnipeg )

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VTX1300S short fit 1/4"

I bought this seat for my 2004 VTX1300S Honda. The seat itself is great, I like it, the wife likes it! But after only riding for two weeks, the bracket has come off the factory rivets. In my opinion the adjustment slot should be about a 1/4" longer so that the seat fits snug at the tank, and still able to thread the bolt at the rear of the seat. Now I have a great seat but no bracket, can't use the seat until I figure a correction.

Mike (Detroit )

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Saddleman Universal Seat Rain Cover

I was pleasantly surprised how well this cover worked. When traveling, I don't want to pack a bike cover with me, but I also don't like riding on a sponge all day, after my bike has been rained on all night. This cover worked great! It packs small, and it is a snap to install. I would highly recommend this cover.

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