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I know this is probably a long shot, but is anyone interested in selling their Mustang seat from their 750?..I also have a mint condition original seat that I'd be willing to trade or sell..
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Don't have a Mustang but as of 7 months ago Saddlemens would still build their seat which is what I have. Beautiful seat work.
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I know this is probably a long shot, but is anyone interested in selling their Mustang seat from their 750?..I also have a mint condition original seat that I'd be willing to trade or sell..
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Stock seats can go from around 75 to 85 beans. The Saddleman seats will cost you about 410. You got some make up there even if they want your stock seat, which is unlikely. The few people that do have Mustangs prolly won't part with them. Your best bet is the Saddleman website but expect to really shell it out for what you want...
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Or you can send your seat to Spencer and let him put better foam in it (stock foam is too soft) for a fraction of what a custom seat costs: http://greatdaytoride.com/FAQ.html

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I know this is probably a long shot, but is anyone interested in selling their Mustang seat from their 750?..I also have a mint condition original seat that I'd be willing to trade or sell..
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I have a Mustang saddle for the vn750, slightly torn near one of the seams, that I haven't found the time to put onto my buddy's bike... Lemme go check on it.

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Don't have a Mustang but as of 7 months ago Saddlemens would still build their seat which is what I have. Beautiful seat work.
Chuck, how does the seat ride? (soft? firm?, higher or lower than stock seat?)
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I have a Mustang saddle for the vn750, slightly torn near one of the seams, that I haven't found the time to put onto my buddy's bike... Lemme go check on it.
Robardin..Thanks, I'd be interested in some more info after you check..
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Thanks..good thought. but one of the reasons I'm interested in the Mustang is need a better seat for the wife on the back. The angle on the passanger portion continually slidin the wife forward..also, too narrow ;-)
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