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    1997 Yamaha Virago 1100 Seats

    1997 Yamaha Virago 1100
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    Mustang
    Vintage Wide Touring Seat
    $478.00
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    Mustang Vintage Wide Touring SeatGive yourself comfort and relief on those long rides. With over thirty years of seat making experience, Mustang presents to you the finest motorcycle touring seat avai
    Saddlemen Saddlegel Raw Gel Pad Without question SaddleGel™ is the most important breakthrough in motorcycle seating in decades. This amazing product will totally change the amount of time you spend o
    Saddlemen Pillow Top SaddleGel Seat Pad Button tufted, comfortable, strap-on gel seat pad looks perfect on top of most cruisers Features an extra soft layer of pillow foam on top of Saddlemen's fam
    Saddlemen Saddlegel Plain Cover Seat Pad Visco-elastic SaddleGel™ pads add riding comfort to any seat on any model SaddleGel™ pad evenly distributes weight to absorb and eliminate pressure at hips

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    j beck (mcalester, OK)

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    nice seat

    Looks good and fits good. Took a short 500 mile trip on it and felt good- could have went another 500 miles lol.

    Ernie (Hayti, SD)

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    Mustang Seats the BEST!

    This is the third H-D we have run Mustang seats on and as before we are pleased with their product. Ride is great and install is a breeze and it looks great besides.

    fernando (winnipeg, MB)

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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.

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