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VN750 Mustang Desperado Seat discount

Custom Cruisers in UK is selling Mustang Desperado seats for out vn750 with 50% discounts. I just bought one for 169 euros including shipping to Holland - they ship worldwide. Check out their site and go to special offers. (I´d post the link but since i'm a newbie, cannot yet).

I don't know the seat, bought it on intuition. Anybody has one and can give a satisfaction impression ?

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Hmmm, got a link?
When I search there I only get the One-Piece Studded Wide Touring Seat and the Regal Wide Touring Seat.
Both convert to over $600 USD


EDIT, nevermind, Ya got to go to 'Special Offers'
$201.23 USD:Kawasaki Vulcan VN700 VN750 Mustang Desperado seat FOR US MODELS WILL FIT UK TOO !! But need chrome plate as sissy bar higher on US but will fit!! Very hard to get!! great subtle looks and comfort. Specially made by Mustang for the VN750, VN700, Vulcan Models. Retail about £269 ($400.59 USD) get a great saving and deal too!!! Now under 1/2 price!!


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It works out to $175.12 for the seat, plus 39.60 shipping.
Total $214.72 -
I'm thinkin about it.... real hard.

http://www.customcruisers.com/custom...rget=d130.html

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http://www.customcruisers.com/custom...rget=d126.html
here is the link directly to the discount page
I see I was beat to the draw there




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The frames that the page uses make it kind of hard to make a direct link. Here it is though.

http://www.customcruisers.com/custom...d=39911.520833
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The frames that the page uses make it kind of hard to make a direct link. Here it is though.

http://www.customcruisers.com/custom...d=39911.520833
Ah, there ya go.
Couldn't get it to link right to that page myself, and ya just got to Google Custom Cruisers to get to the site, so I left it at that.


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It works out to $175.12 for the seat, plus 39.60 shipping.
Total $214.72 -
I'm thinkin about it.... real hard.

http://www.customcruisers.com/custom...rget=d130.html
Remember grasshopper, you must be quick! That's considerably less than I paid for my used one! JB is lurking!

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I can't find a lick of info on this seat. Nada.
All I know is it's a Mustang and it's just over 200 bucks delivered. However, I'm not convinced that's enough for me to part with the cash. Thoughts?

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Says it's made for US bikes, which makes sense, since their site says they are all made in the U.S. Looks just like mine, but without the studs along the seat edge. If you'll buy me this one, I'll ship my Mustang to you! What a deal!

P.S.: I'm thinking about seeing how many they have, buying them up, and offering 'em one at a time on ebay.

I'm keepin' all the left over parts. I'm gonna use 'em to build another bike!
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