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2000 Suzuki Katana 600 Seats

2000 Suzuki Katana 600
Front Tire:
120/70-17
Rear Tire:
150/70-17
Spark Plug:
CR9EK
Battery:
YTX9-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
530x118
Front Sprocket:
15T
Rear Sprocket:
47T
Front Brake Pads:
Dual Disc
Oil Filter:
KN-138
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Seat Covers
$49.99 - $98.99
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  • Black Carbon Fiber Design
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HT Moto Seat Covers Replace your worn seat cover or protect your OEM seat Made to install over your existing seat or replace a worn cover Includes covers for front and rear seats where applicable

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louie (emory )

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Recommend

airhawk seat pad

has made a big difference!! well worth the money to me. tried using with way too much air first few rides. takes very little air. I can ride 3 times further!! Highly recomend

T (Fort myers )

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Recommend

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.

Frank (Worcester )

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Nice seat !

Bought this to replace the rock-hard plastic seat which came stock on my Kawasaki ZX-6R. MUCH easier on the back and my bottom. I hardly notice the seat is there.

Lyle (Lloydminster AB Can )

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Motorcycle seat ,honda GL1100 83

The seat is 100 percent better than stock. At first the seat was not comfortable as I rode the cycle, but it was more and more comfortable after a month of riding. It is very comfortable now and can ride 200 to 300 kilometers without stopping for a break due to saddle sores. On average I spend about 3 to 4 hours on the motorcycle at a time.

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