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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-29-2006, 10:26 AM Thread Starter
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Oem Seat Vs Corbin

Put my old OEM seat back on yesterday, just for a brief change. The Corbin went back on this morning !!!!!! Ouch!!!!!!!! Man my lower back is killing me !

Now I remember why I switched over to Corbin. They're a little tough to break in, but boy they sure are comfortable afterwards.

Anyone else feel the same way ?
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Now I remember why I switched over to Corbin. They're a little tough to break in, but boy they sure are comfortable afterwards.

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I agree the Corbin seat is awesome. I had to put the stock seat back on when my Corbin was being worked on and I hated it. I could ride for hours with the Corbin on.
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The best thing I did was put on a Corbin, Yes firm but nice. Have you added a backrest to the driver, that makes it even better, I made one for cheep.

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i have a corbin and wouldn't trade it for the world. i can 200 miles w/o a problem. J
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