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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-21-2017, 06:49 AM Thread Starter
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Killer OEM seat replacements by Steady Garage

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Talk to Kevin at SG. I think these guys will end up leading the charge in America for aftermarket stuff for our bikes..


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woah! That is beautiful. I don't even mind the OEM seat comfort-wise that much, I think I found my sweet spot on it. But these look amazing. I always used them for my scooter parts, I'm so glad they decided to take on the rebel now too!
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That site just got bookmarked...niiiiiiice...

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How about showing a picture of the underside of the seat?

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Kenny,

He said it's the OEM sit just reworked. He told me to send him mine and it will be returned to me with new upholstery. I'll probably do it when cold weather in Detroit takes over.


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Thrilla,

That is cool because the Honda seat pan is very heavy duty.

If I ever get my dual seat attached I will send him my OEM seat.

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He said it's the OEM sit just reworked. He told me to send him mine and it will be returned to me with new upholstery. I'll probably do it when cold weather in Detroit takes over.


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That's even better. No fitment issues to worry about. Did he give you a quote on the price? I may need to put some money aside to do this over winter.
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That's even better. No fitment issues to worry about. Did he give you a quote on the price? I may need to put some money aside to do this over winter.


He didn't exactly. But I think he mentioned it was in the $250 range.


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That's even better. No fitment issues to worry about. Did he give you a quote on the price? I may need to put some money aside to do this over winter.


He didn't exactly. But I think he mentioned it was in the $250 range.


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That is insane you can get it done on eBay for under 100
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Price kindof depends on what's being done.

A slip on cover should be fairly inexpensive, and would be a direct order/ship/receive item, but changing out / adding to the foam and actually reupholstering the seat would obviously be more expensive.

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