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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-23-2009, 11:26 PM Thread Starter
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Saddlemen seat sissy bar and luggage rack on Ebay

I found this while looking around and I know alot of you have been looking to replace your stock seat and it comes with the tall backrest,luggage rack and fender struts to boot ,here's the link, I hope it is what some of you are looking for ,Denny P.S.some body owes me tip on some pipes now lol
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85 bucks shipping?
don't bogart that joint, my friend

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Yes, but he also says shipping will be actual cost plus $4. He's in Alaska, so shipping is apt to be a little higher than the lower 48.

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Hey guys I just punched in a zip code for Sweetgrass, MT and got delivery prices of $82.09 for UPS, $54.55 for USPS priority parcel, and only $27.98 for USPS parcel post. Of course that`s only half way to either LA or NC, so your prices are likely higher.

Bulwinkle has been trying to find an economical way to ship me the touring kit, (fairing, shield and bags etc.), from Anchorage, and these prices seem to be in line with what he has been able to find.

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I'd be leery of his feeling the need to insert a J. C. Whitney gel pad in what should have been a comfortable seat already, for the money.
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There is always room for improvement.
Nothing is too good for my rear end!

I'm keepin' all the left over parts. I'm gonna use 'em to build another bike!
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Nothing is too good for my rear end!
hear, hear,I concur but I meant mine




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Psalm 40:1...
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hear, hear,I concur but I meant mine
Ah, but it is mine that really needs help ! LOL

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Purchased May 16, 2008
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Relocated R/R
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F&S luggage rack and engine guard
Kury Offset Hiway pegs
July 13, 2016, Riding on the DARKSIDE now, Classic Radial 165/80-15


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Here's a quote from the ad:

"Once upon a time, Saddlemen made the Travelcade seat for the Vulcan 750, and MAN was it comfortable !! If that wasn't enough, I bought a $50 gel pad from JC Whitney (part 01CE1235P) and had it professionally inserted under the foam....and sat back and "enjoyed the ride" in my big two-wheeled EASY CHAIR."

No he didn't. This is the exact same seat I got from Saddleman, its called the "Classic Explorer" and they still make it. Half the reason I got the seat was because Saddleman has trademarked their own under-foam gel they call "Saddlegel". They advertize it like crazy and brag that its already under the vinyl. It is, I can feel it. So if this dude tried to have gel put under the seat, the upholsterer would have seen the saddlegel and been like "dude, it already has gel in here". My opinion: this dude's full a sh!t...
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