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Lightbulb Unlimited Legroom for Your VN750

Just use this seat mod!


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Remember seeing one once that looked like that, but they also removed the the rear "sissy bar" and extended the seat up to the tail light. Looked like you could seat three people on it....

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You would definitely be ridin' high, sitting on the same level as the back step.

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You would definitely be ridin' high, sitting on the same level as the back step.
the higher the weight on bike,the worse it handles around a bend,try a ride around ur block with out a seat and u'll see what a differance the lower height does to handling.
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the higher the weight on bike,the worse it handles around a bend,try a ride around ur block with out a seat and u'll see what a differance the lower height does to handling.
Yes, but if you're 6'5" a higher seat is a good move. "Handling" on a cruiser is almost an oxymoron....(compared to a sport bike)

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Question Saddle Soap? Leather Conditioner?

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Yes, but if you're 6'5" a higher seat is a good move. "Handling" on a cruiser is almost an oxymoron....(compared to a sport bike)
The 750 handles pretty well, but somehow not so well when I'm sitting on the passenger seat.

One lap without the seat and I wouldn't be handling anything.

Tried sitting on a pad one time, just didn't like the height.

Got to sit on my Mustang seat today, then it rained. Anyone recommend a good saddle soap or leather conditioner?

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Yes, but if you're 6'5" a higher seat is a good move. "Handling" on a cruiser is almost an oxymoron....(compared to a sport bike)
just saying the lower ur butt is the better the bike leans,gave the seat off as example in height.
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