Sorry I haven't responded quickly. I've been out of commission for a week. I've thought about the prospect of you shipping me your seat, me shipping it to Spencer, them shipping it back to me, me shipping it back to you and then you shipping the other seat to me (did I get all of that right? I got dizzy in there somewhere.) The problem I haven't solved is that it is much like buying something on eBay without any guarantee. No matter what configuration we come up with, one or both of us are vulnerable.
Bad Scenario 1: You ship it to me. I keep it and you never hear from me again.
Bad Scenario 2: You ship it to me. I ship to Spencer. They ship it back. I like it. I keep it and you never hear from me again.
Bad Scenario 3: You ship it to me. I ship to Spencer. They ship it back. I ship it to you, having paid for shipping to Spencer and then to you. And you never send me anything and I never hear from you again.
Bad Scenario 4: You ship it to me. I ship to Spencer. They ship it back. I ship it to you, having paid for shipping to Spencer and then to you. And you ship me a seat that isn't what you say it is that I can't use it.
Bad Scenario 5: You ship me both seats (possibly saving some shipping cost). I ship your seat to Spencer. They ship it back. I now have two seats and you never hear from me again.
See what I'm getting at here? From my angle, the safest way would be the last one where you ship both seats and I keep one and send the other through Spencers and back to me and then back to you. That second seat being something of a hedge against not getting money for shipping. (I don't know what is involved in shipping things across the Canadian border.) But that option leaves you totally vulnerable to a guy in Texas who is nothing more than a name on a message board.
Not knowing any details about what all that shipping would cost, it just gets difficult to commit to doing something that if everyone was a good guy, could benefit us both, but if they weren't would hurt at least one of us.
It would be so much easier if you lived in a foreign country that was closer, like Oklahoma.
I don't ride to get somewhere.
I ride to go somewhere.