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post #1 of 6 Old 08-11-2009, 07:02 AM Thread Starter
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WTB: Corbin Gunfighter and Lady seat for 919

I'm looking for the Gunfighter and Lady seat for the 919.

My wife wants to ride with me but prefers the security of a back rest.

Anyone got one they want to get rid of, shoot me a PM and lets talk.

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I looked down that path but decided the monokey givi box does a great job and is functional. There are much more comfy 2up seats. Take yours to a highend upholstery shop for custom wide carved dense foam or specify it carefully or send it to SCA's Custom Motorcycle Seats-Bill Mayer Saddles>

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Thanks dream, I'll look into that too. I can always use more storage... especially when she's along.

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Thanks dream, I'll look into that too. I can always use more storage... especially when she's along.

Doug
Yup, I hear you on extra storage for the SO. Especially 2x the gear you need to store while checking out the sights!
I was thinking the same as you before I took a right turn and got a box (no custom pad needed with a padded jacket, nor is their room for it). Another nice box accessory is wiring up the high LED to your brake lights.

Sure the standard seat is horrible, but if you are going to upgrade, get something great.

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I'm watching one on Ebay right now and hoping no one else bids on it. Looks to be exactly what I need and significantly less expensive than the Corbin seat.

I appreciate the redirect. Really changed my thinking.

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I'm watching one on Ebay right now and hoping no one else bids on it. Looks to be exactly what I need and significantly less expensive than the Corbin seat.

I appreciate the redirect. Really changed my thinking.

Doug
It's my pleasure to help out a WT Bro! I hope you get it configured how both you like it! Thinking about it (seat and storage) I'm looking forward to long 2up trips! BTW if you are doing 2up trips I highly recommend a stebel AH, and HLM for a reduction of panic stops. Have fun!

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