G'day bruin,On 2006-11-16 16:03, bruin wrote:
Has anyone had any experience with the Triumph/Sixty8 solo seat (part # A9708034)? Is it comfortable? Are there cheaper solo seats on the market that look similar? Not interested in Corbin's.
oops, my bad. I thought you were referring to the "contemporary" seat.On 2006-11-16 19:11, bruin wrote:
Thanks for the feedback lads.
The 68 seat that I like seems to have the same part number as the triumph solo seat. Are they the same?
Agree. I installed the Triumph Single Seat at the beginning of the season, and at the end of the season it was even more comfortable. I guess it gets broken in a bit over time.On 2006-11-16 20:10, road_dog wrote:
I bought the "Triumph Single Seat" about two weeks after I bought the bike. That was six months ago. I sure like the solo seat a whole lot better than the stock.
Have you had the "limp-dick" tail light all along? I don't seem to remember it.On 2006-11-18 01:29, rodburner wrote:
I haven't measured, but I believe just a bit. I say this because with the solo seat I find I'm leaning forward just a little more than with the stock seat. It is a bit narrower at the front. Only drawback so far is that you can't mount a tailbag and I'll probably have to switch back to the stocker if I want to put my throwover saddlebags on. Or I suppose I could get some Tourmaster Cruiser IIs and mount them under the seat.On 2006-11-17 20:39, darmahman wrote:
Does the solo raise you up a liittle more than the stock seat?