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Re: Interstate Corbin short seat

Postby Craig » Thu Jul 13, 2017 7:25 pm

Danno .... yes the Corbin seat is firm , not hard my only complaint is it's width kinda hard on my old hip joints , not as bad as Griso width but getting there .....
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Re: Interstate Corbin short seat

Postby Fast Eddie » Thu Jul 13, 2017 11:45 pm

Danno wrote:
Craig wrote:Danno , my Corbin seat mounts to a post affair amidships of frame , the locking mech. is on seat not bike frame , been quite a while since I put it on ..... but don't recall a lot of fore and aft movement possible 'cause of new Corbin mounting bracket..... the original alu. side mount spools become decorations

Thanks for the info. Is it hard as an upholstered plank? I had a Corbin seat on my ZZR 1200, but it had been recovered and had some memory foam added.

Yes and no. Corbin seats are very firm yes, but they are also very 'arse shaped' so are not plank like at all.

I've never had any discomfort with mine. But it depends on your requirements I guess, I don't know what they'd be like on a Comnoz style road trip for example.
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