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12-05-2017 09:39 AM
artsanchez75
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Originally Posted by OleDirtyDoc View Post
drill a hole in fender for back mounting, will have to mod the front mount and might have to bend the seat pan a little over your knee to sit it down on the frame

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Any tutorials or videos out there on this???
11-29-2017 09:09 PM
OleDirtyDoc drill a hole in fender for back mounting, will have to mod the front mount and might have to bend the seat pan a little over your knee to sit it down on the frame

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11-29-2017 07:44 PM
Mcneuby 1 2 3 4
11-29-2017 03:01 PM
artsanchez75 Any idea on this?
https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F182867273614

I would like to swap out my stock seat to give the bike a more modern look. I have a 1993 VN750.
08-22-2016 09:09 PM
michiganteddybear my 900 seat required some work at the front (tongue), and something to hold it in place in rear. I fabbed up 2 simple metal bars, one each side, that use existing holes in the frame
08-22-2016 08:18 PM
Damon FTW any fabrication needed on a 900 seat?
06-15-2016 09:19 AM
Gaz73
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Originally Posted by brock nevermore View Post
https://www.vn750.com/photopost/data/...4998686197.jpg

My new seat cover from i think it was btd mart on amazon
Looks great
06-15-2016 09:04 AM
brock nevermore
Recovered seat

https://www.vn750.com/photopost/data/...4998686197.jpg

My new seat cover from i think it was btd mart on amazon
06-14-2016 10:23 PM
Rakillia I'm sure Lamm or Russel Day Long would make you whatever you want. There not cheap but you get what you pay for.
Laam Custom Motorcycle Seats
Day-Long | Motorcycle Seats | Russell Cycle
Big debate about which one is better.

I've had corbins and I'm not that impressed for what they charge and their customer service needs improvement.
06-13-2016 05:14 AM
Python
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Originally Posted by Knifemaker View Post
Odd, took me 15 seconds to find this on their website:
Corbin Motorcycle Seats & Accessories | Kawasaki Vulcan 750 | 800-538-7035

I had the Corbin seat on my Vulcan, and on my FJR.. They are the only company I'd buy a seat from now..
They are the only company I know of that still makes real "custom" seats. Click the "Order" tab and see all the options they offer.

(Looking at the Bonnevile seat soon)
Hm, I could swear it wasn't there when I checked the first time. I did find it now though by going to the same page that I tried last. Maybe it was a glitch (or maybe I'm blind..). At any rate, a member here sold me his Mustang seat. Hoping I'll get it in a week or two.

I think I have a very sensitive bottom, so the Mustang might be the best option for me.
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