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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-09-2009, 03:48 PM Thread Starter
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Lightly used Corbin Custom Sea

Sorry about the title, it should say "Slightly Used Corbin Seat"

It's time to clear out the extras from my VN750, which is now happily living in Delaware. First up sale is a Custom Corbin Seat that I bought just a few months ago while on a trip to California. I'll let it go for $100 plus shipping, which I estimate to be about $25.00; if it's more than that I'll cover it, if it's less I'll refund the difference. First up with $125.00 will have it.

This is a picture from Craigslist when I bought it, you can see it mounted on my bike in my Avatar.

Send me a PM, I'll be out of town for a day or two but will get back to you by Monday.

Thanks, more to come as I clean out the garage of new and slightly used parts.
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I can think of some color schemes that seat would look really good on! Like the bike in the title bar of this site! Or the years with same color scheme with the chrome side covers...

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Cool seat! Someone is going to get a great deal!

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Thumbs up I'll buy it!... if I can attach my current Corbin backrest!!!

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"Slightly Used Corbin Seat"

First up sale is a Custom Corbin Seat that I bought just a few months ago while on a trip to California. I'll let it go for $100 plus shipping.
I have a Corbin already, but I'm very interested in your two-tone seat. It looks like it would go well with the black and persimmon candy red of my 2006.

Questions: Why are you selling it if you just bought it a few months ago?! Just wondering what kind of shape it's in ~ what does "lightly used" mean!

If it's nearly new, in excellent condition, and can accomodate my current Corbin backrest (needs a slot)...
I'll buy it!!!

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Are you going to sell your's now ?
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Yes, I would do that. It's a plain black seat. I'm the only owner. Unfortunately, it is held on by only one screw!

Long story... but one screw hole on the fiberglass base pan got torn out by an over-zealous good samaritan who was helping me when I was stranded on a country road with a blown r/r. I understand that it can be fixed by someone who knows how to repair the fiberglass base pan. I was going to have it done this winter when I'm riding less. Meanwhile, I'm still riding regularly with only one screw holding the seat securely in place. (In fact, I just returned from a 700+ mile road trip.) There's really no problem with it ~ if my seat does come off, it'll be because there's something a lot more serious happening than having a missing screw!!!

Other than that, it's in great shape. Here's a partial view...


Here's another view... my bike's (obviously) on the right!


One thing... I would need to keep the backrest because I really need the lower back support!

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I have a Corbin already, but I'm very interested in your two-tone seat. It looks like it would go well with the black and persimmon candy red of my 2006.

Why are you selling it if you just bought it a few months ago?! Just wondering what kind of shape it's in ~ what "lightyly used" means!

If it's nearly new, and in excellent condition,
I'll buy it!
He bought a fatboy and sold the 750.


Dave, if you get the seat I can repair the insert, not a big deal.


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