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post #1 of 17 Old 10-03-2008, 05:44 AM Thread Starter
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SOLO CORBIN SEAT

Did a search on solo corbin seat but really did not find much/or any info ..here is a pic of a bike that has this seat ..can anyone give feedback,prices or thought ..thanks for a great forum and community http://www.pazouti.com/CRX/hornet2.jpg

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I believe what you are looking for is the Gunfighter by itself. Meaning no "Lady"

You prolly need to call them to order such a product. I would imagine the price would be the same???

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NO LADY!?!?!?
that is no fun!

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This is all I can locate on their site.

it is available, but no other information available. http://www.corbin.com/styles/ Scroll the selector down to the Orange Desmo and click on that picture. It gives a short description under the larger picture.

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hah, the finally made the gunfighter for the 9r

what they need to make is the smuggler for the 9r, it NEEDS it...

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hah, the finally made the gunfighter for the 9r

what they need to make is the smuggler for the 9r, it NEEDS it...
That would be the chit, a seat and a trunk all in one!!! Well kind of one but you get the idea.

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I ordered the gunfighter and lady seat with backrest for my 919. Total for everything was $600. I thought that was a lot but it looks like they went up a bit. I have seen several for sale here as some people don't like them once they get them. Personally, I wouldn't trade mine for anything. WAAAAAAYYYYY comfortable for me. That, and whenever the wife wants to ride I can slide the backrest in. It's heavy, it's higher than stock and it makes the tail look thicker but I think it's worth it.

I am 5'10" and can just get my feet flat with the Corbin on. If you are shorter than that and decide to order one, ask to see if they can make it a little thinner. Every seat is custom made for the rider so they should be able to accommodate. They asked me how tall I was and how much I weighed.

They look thick but the padding is very stiff and supportive. I have no trouble riding for hours with it.







A good alternative is to send your stock seat to Sargent Saddles and have them restuff it. It is also pretty expensive, but not nearly as much as a Corbin.

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3 friggin snow shovels?!! I had to scroll back up to see where this guy's from. Minn-soda. Explanes that. For me, half of the fun of looking at pics is seeing the background.

I like the front half of that seat. The back is a bit much, but if it keeps "lady" happy... Form follows function.

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3 friggin snow shovels?!! I had to scroll back up to see where this guy's from. Minn-soda. Explanes that.
Actually only 2 shovels. The long one's just a pusher. Good for the little flurries.

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That weed wacker is pretty sweet.

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Did a search on solo corbin seat but really did not find much/or any info ..here is a pic of a bike that has this seat ..can anyone give feedback,prices or thought ..thanks for a great forum and community http://www.pazouti.com/CRX/hornet2.jpg
I usually don't like the looks of the Corbin seats (the back half), but the one in the Hornet picture is the nicest Corbin I've seen! Give them a call and go for it!

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Looks familiar...

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Looks familiar...

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MIKE IS THAT YOUR BIKE ,WOW .. how much did it cost for the seat ?

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Actually only 2 shovels. The long one's just a pusher. Good for the little flurries.

I thought they were oversized dustpans.

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MIKE IS THAT YOUR BIKE ,WOW .. how much did it cost for the seat ?
$295.00 to my door.
I got it from a sexy little member named Heidi.
They don't make that one anymore.
But...I'll bet if you ask real nice like, they might do one up custom.

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