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05-04-2009 09:47 AM
dutter its a great seat....got the same one on my bike.
05-03-2009 08:18 AM
ruger good for you on your find and please let us know about spence's seat. this maybe something I would look into doing for my bike/bikes!
05-02-2009 11:44 PM
750Doug Nah, I'm not saving it, but thanks for posting it a third time. I knew I was forgetting to follow somebody around...
05-02-2009 11:33 PM
Knifemaker
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Originally Posted by 750Doug View Post
Does Spencer's have a web site?



OK, this is like the 3rd time I have posted this link, ya'll save it now ok?
http://greatdaytoride.com/Home_Page.php


He has a fairly large following in the ST community. His prices are alot lower than others I have seen offering the same service. I have yet to read a bad review of his work. (Which in the seat-altering market basicly means the seat WILL at least be better than it was , which is actualy quite good, as I have heard of others whose work was not able to always adhere to that)

KM
05-02-2009 10:55 PM
flitecontrol
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Originally Posted by msh1156 View Post
Thanks. Added it to my favorites!
05-02-2009 10:52 PM
Jace Bror
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Originally Posted by msh1156 View Post
Yes.. I did. And not an hour after the UPS man picked it up this sweetheart of a deal appeared on my screen. No way I was going to pass it up.

My plan is to keep my promise and provide a review on Spencer's work when the stock seat returns from Florida in about a week or so. I think there are a lot of VN750 members who'd like to know if it makes enough of a difference.
Now you get to do a comparison review.
05-02-2009 10:37 PM
750Doug
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Yes.. I did. And not an hour after the UPS man picked it up this sweetheart of a deal appeared on my screen. No way I was going to pass it up.

My plan is to keep my promise and provide a review on Spencer's work when the stock seat returns from Florida in about a week or so. I think there are a lot of VN750 members who'd like to know if it makes enough of a difference.
Does Spencer's have a web site?

Sounds like it might be similar to a half a dozen places around here that will upgrade and improve any stock seat. (One guy not far from me comes highly recommended.)
05-02-2009 08:39 PM
msh1156
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Good find on your seat. How do you do a nationwide search on craigslist? I didn't see a option for searching nationwide but it's probably under my nose.
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Me too!
Here ya go Gents ---
http://www.craigs-list-search.com/
05-02-2009 07:33 PM
Knifemaker
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Yep - you've got an option to sell whichever one is not the most to your liking. Not a bad place to be.
+1 on that.

I think I should mention that many here seem to hold the Mustang up as some kind of Uber-seat for the bike , when I do know of several folks that did not like the Mustang at all. (You can count me as one of them) Some actualy hated the thing. Some of them ended up with a Corbin like me, others found the Saddleman to be the the ticket. Some ended up keeping the Mustang (cause they spent the money on the damn thing) and then tossed an Airhawk pad on it. (which they could have done for the stock seat) Kinda sounds like what the seller of msh's seat did themselves.

My point here it you can't really tell what your butt will be happy with until you try it out. Having two different ones to try out is , as skalding wrote "Not a bad place to be.."

This also reminds me to mention the 750 Gathering in August at KY lake. Where one can have the chance to try out any seat that ends up coming. (Not sure about the wording of that...lol )


KM
05-02-2009 07:10 PM
cliffhusn Nice find... persistence paid off.
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