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post #1 of 9 Old 03-04-2009, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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H919 GL Corbin

I have one only Corbin for sale. I have a couple of 1,000s miles on it. No rips, scratches, broken cords, ect. About 2" of the black piping across the top is discolored where my boot rubs it while mounting up. No danger of the seam breaking loose. Visual only. New they are $439 plus shipping. This one will be delivered to your door for $250.
PayPal or check. Thanks Dickey

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I have one only Corbin for sale. I have a couple of 1,000s miles on it. No rips, scratches, broken cords, ect. About 2" of the black piping across the top is discolored where my boot rubs it while mounting up. No danger of the seam breaking loose. Visual only. New they are $439 plus shipping. This one will be delivered to your door for $250.
PayPal or check. Thanks Dickey

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Hey Dickey - why you selling?

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It's rides good, but, it makes me slide so far back. I want to try a Sargents seat. I like the stocker, but, would love a nice new cover with piping in Red.

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It's rides good, but, it makes me slide so far back.
That's what I want and I'm kicking myself for not buying the other Corbin with the trimmed down passenger seat that was on here last month.

My Seargent tends to put me further forward than I would like, about the same profile as the stock seat, looks a heck of a lot better and no numb butt after a hundred mile ride.

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Looks good, surprised it's not sold yet.

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Corbin is sold

The Corbin is sold, it will be winding thru the Ozark Mtns from now on. Thanks Dickey

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