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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-18-2011, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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New Saddleman Seats

I just talked to a service representative at Saddleman. They do still make seats for the VN750. When you figure what used ones sell for the price isn't really that bad. These are brand new seats made to order. They take about two weeks. The phone number is 800-397-7709.

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-18-2011, 04:31 PM
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so....what would a new one cost?

if it goes vroom or boom, I LIKE IT!
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i just orderd one before the 4th of july it cost $410 and some change shipped still waiting on it to show up

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I got one from them a few months ago.

This is the one I ordered: http://www.saddlemen.com/store/index...oducts_id=6037

Tons better than the stock seat.

Here are a few pics of it on my bike (along with the Pro-Tac driver's backrest I got):






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1989 Kawasaki Vulcan 750

Upgrades so Far:
Coastered
R/R relocated
Analog Voltmeter
PFIII Windshield
RAM GPS Mount w/Garmin GPS
Cigarette Lighter Power Adapter
Saddlemen's Classic Explorer Seat
Pro-Tac Driver's Backrest
LED Tail Light
LED Rear Turn Signals
Luggage Rack
Storage Trunk
Engine Guard w/Highway Pegs
Radiator Grill Cover
Turn Signal Relocation Bracket
Saddlebags
Floorboards
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Agreed, WAY more comfy than the stocker - pilot and passenger...
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that trunk is huge on the bike. wow!

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that trunk is huge on the bike. wow!
LOL - and it was the "small" trunk. Got it from Sears last year for like $35.

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1989 Kawasaki Vulcan 750

Upgrades so Far:
Coastered
R/R relocated
Analog Voltmeter
PFIII Windshield
RAM GPS Mount w/Garmin GPS
Cigarette Lighter Power Adapter
Saddlemen's Classic Explorer Seat
Pro-Tac Driver's Backrest
LED Tail Light
LED Rear Turn Signals
Luggage Rack
Storage Trunk
Engine Guard w/Highway Pegs
Radiator Grill Cover
Turn Signal Relocation Bracket
Saddlebags
Floorboards
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LOL - and it was the "small" trunk. Got it from Sears last year for like $35.
Does the backrest make that big of a difference?

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Does the backrest make that big of a difference?
The Pro-Tac driver's backrest?

Makes all the difference in the world. I won't ride without it now, unless I have a passenger.

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1989 Kawasaki Vulcan 750

Upgrades so Far:
Coastered
R/R relocated
Analog Voltmeter
PFIII Windshield
RAM GPS Mount w/Garmin GPS
Cigarette Lighter Power Adapter
Saddlemen's Classic Explorer Seat
Pro-Tac Driver's Backrest
LED Tail Light
LED Rear Turn Signals
Luggage Rack
Storage Trunk
Engine Guard w/Highway Pegs
Radiator Grill Cover
Turn Signal Relocation Bracket
Saddlebags
Floorboards
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