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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-03-2009, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
 
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different seat ?

been looking for a mustang seat for a while and cant find one. anybody know if a seat from any other bikes will fit our vulcans without to much modification?
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been looking for a mustang seat for a while and cant find one. anybody know if a seat from any other bikes will fit our vulcans without to much modification?
They still make the Corbin seats for our bikes.

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i looked at the corbins and dont really care for them much.i keep hoping someone on ebay will have a mustang for sell eventually.i saw one a while back but someone snapped it up pretty quickly
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i looked at the corbins and dont really care for them much.i keep hoping someone on ebay will have a mustang for sell eventually.i saw one a while back but someone snapped it up pretty quickly
I have also seen sportsters, stingers and road king seats mounted on our bikes. They both have the single tounge mount so those are easy to make fit.

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post #5 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-04-2009, 04:35 AM
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Another recent seat thread, Click Here, down in the Equipment Forum.
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It really depends on how creative you are. Several here have modified the stock seat.
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Could Cindy possibly still have this one https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8694&page=4 .... She has never said if it sold, that I saw...
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I'm doing lots and lots of research right now trying to get a seat with a gel pad insert and the whole thing reupholstered with new vinyl to get rid of the fugly buttons. I've gotten pretty far. Updates are posted in "Equipment" under the thread "I figured its about time".
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I bought Cindy's seat; or more accurately, I've mailed her a check.

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I bought Cindy's seat; or more accurately, I've mailed her a check.
Tell you what, I was very tempted to buy it myself... That seemed like a good seat and a fair price, hope you enjoy......
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