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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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    MK (Calgary, AB)

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    Saddlemen GTech

    Awesome seat. Fit is perfect, and actually even a better fit than the Explorer seat I had on previously. It starts out firm, but the split cushion design and memory foam make a huge difference. Tail bone area is also dipped on rider and passenger allowing a long time in a saddle. All seats are expensive, so if you're going to buy one, make sure its everything you want. This one is. PS- doesn't come with a rain cover. At $750 CDN you'd think it should.

    Mike (St Peters, MO)

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    Saddlemen Rendgade Sport Solo Seat

    Love the seat. A little hard to install (bolt eyes wouldn't align properly). Mounting bolts were not included.

    Mike S (Levettown, PA)

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    Saddleman Pillow top Gel

    Was having tail bone issues on long rides with my 2010 HD Ultra Limited. The gel pad fit the seat well. I did not use the strap and the pad stayed in place just fine. My tail bone did not hurt on a 600 mile trip. Still had butt fatige. I would stow the pad when you're off the bike as it can be taken by just lifting it off. I would recommend it.

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