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Old 12-31-2009, 05:42 PM
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Default Re: what is the best softest seat?

Originally Posted by NEAT TIMES View Post
Yes, I Have Been Thinking About Using A Trike Seat. Was Looking At The Harley Seat A Member Has On His Bike. Seen It Today On A New Post. The Harley Solo Seats Are Comfy, But It Looks Expensive. He Loves It. Ron
Many moons past I had a 1948 HD chopper with a solo seat and it was somewhat confoftable. At highwat speeds on marginal roads about every 100 miles I had to get off it for awhile.
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Old 12-31-2009, 05:45 PM
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Default Re: what is the best softest seat?

I have worksman seats on my two Americans and they are wide and comfortable, however I recently rebuilt a 1939 Elgin spring seat and added a gel seat cover under the new elk hide leather. This is even better than the worksman seats. If you rebuild or recover a seat, consider a nice gel seat cover either just as a cover or under the covering. Mine is Bell and was thickest I could find at Wallyworld.
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