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post #1 of 14 Old 11-21-2011, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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**SOLD**Corbin Seat

Hey Guys,
I'm selling/trading my Corbin seat. I bought it off of a fellow member on here and only used it once for a short trip. It's just not for me. I'm only 5'7" and it makes the bike just a tad too tall for my liking. It's a great seat otherwise! My girlfriend doesn't want me to sell it because she says it's more comfortable for her as a passenger. Unfortunately, I drive it 100% of the time, so it's gotta go. Would be willing to sell outright for $300 Shipped or possibly trade for a reshaped/reformed seat that's at or below stock height. Just something to go on longer rides with that is more comfortable than the stock seat.

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post #2 of 14 Old 11-22-2011, 04:48 PM
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where are you in michigan?

I have a spencer seat mod seat and I'd consider a trade If I could at least sit and try out the corbin. Plus my wife wants a back rest - is the hardware there to bolt on the corbin backrest/do you have it?

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I'm in sterling heights, about 20 miles north of Detroit. I know when you flip up the little Corbin tag in the back, there's a hole, which I assume that's what the backrest fits in to? I'm not sure.

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post #4 of 14 Old 11-25-2011, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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May possibly trade for other 919 stuff!

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post #5 of 14 Old 11-27-2011, 08:09 PM
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my balls would probably love that seat...on stock seat it takes a while for my manhood to settle in..may have to try baby powder.whats the cost of those seats new

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my balls would probably love that seat...on stock seat it takes a while for my manhood to settle in..may have to try baby powder.whats the cost of those seats new
$439 + $50 shipping new from Corbin. Seen on eBay going from $250 $350 plus about $30 shipping. Seat is really heavy. I bit the bullet, HATE the stock seat.

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$439 + $50 shipping new from Corbin. Seen on eBay going from $250 $350 plus about $30 shipping. Seat is really heavy. I bit the bullet, HATE the stock seat.
thanks for info...just may treat myself

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[QUOTE=secondchance;477500]thanks for info...just may treat myself[/QUOTE

For me, I have always hated the stock seat on any Honda. The ebay prices I told you about seems to be the norm, more towards the high end of the range. I was more than willing to save the $$$ but kept getting outbid. So I 'bit the bullet" and ordered one, got EXACTLY what I wanted, and am completely satisfied. And IF I ever decide to sell the 919 I feel like I can sell the seat and recoup most of my money. May not look quite as sporty as the stock seat but sure is more comfy!

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stock seat to me feels like im sitting down hill at times..some nights its great others im adjusting myself back on the seat....does corbin feel more level...thanks

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My Corbin has solved this problem but now I feel further away from grips. No biggy, i'll get used to it. Ass thanks me.

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stock seat to me feels like im sitting down hill at times..some nights its great others im adjusting myself back on the seat....does corbin feel more level...thanks
Yes it does. No more sack pinching for me. Or standing up to relieve said sack into the nether regions where it belongs as well as letting blood flow back to said nether region and the cheekies.

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My Corbin has solved this problem but now I feel further away from grips. No biggy, i'll get used to it. Ass thanks me.
THANKS FOR INFO,,,,i believe they have off sets or pull back...what ever the hell they call them...bring the bars back and inch

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Yes it does. No more sack pinching for me. Or standing up to relieve said sack into the nether regions where it belongs as well as letting blood flow back to said nether region and the cheekies.
couldent of said it any better....i like the 919 enough to invest in a seat....you guys been a big help...ill miss the seat hooks

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Seat is TRADED

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