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Hi Guys, I need help finding a company that sells the Sweetcheeks seat toppers. I search many sites and addys and can't find a company currently in buisness that sells them. Anybody have an ordering phone # Thanks, Jim:crazy:

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Thanks George, I sent an email. I will call tomorrow, if they have it, and order it. Ribeye, Thanks for trying. Jim

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I'd be interested in these if you find they are still available. Please let us know.

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Ok guys, I just ordered the Sweetcheeks. The phone # 513-761-0936 The price is like $30. The way I understand it is that Ray is now at sporttour.com Thanks to all that helped:thumbsup: Jim

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some pictures of when you get them, i've heard about them but haven't seen them yet

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Hi Guys, Well, I finally got the Sweetcheeks (I think they lost my order) and tried it out yesterday. For on road use I give it a 7 1/2. It gives much more support than standard but tends to move around a little and gives an unstable feeling. Now don't get me wrong, I would rather have that unstable feeling (that you would probably get used to in a short time) than have my 240lbs. butt be sore for days. I would buy it again. Sorry, I don't know how to post pics. I'm old and still learning all the things computers can do.👍 May you all have a pleasent day riding! Regards, Jim

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Sorry, I don't know how to post pics.

Sent you a PM. I can host them for you.

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Jim - mine felt a bit unstable until I replaced the 2L bottles with some dense foam ($1 kneeling pads rolled up into a cylinder). Made it much steadier and didn't have the odd "crinkling" noise like the empty bottles. Felt better too.

Dean

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so the idea is a 2-liter under each sit bone for a nice air ride? how does this doohickey compare to a sheepskin cover?

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so the idea is a 2-liter under each sit bone for a nice air ride? how does this doohickey compare to a sheepskin cover?

How does a sheepskin cover increase the width of the seat?👍

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Jim - mine felt a bit unstable until I replaced the 2L bottles with some dense foam ($1 kneeling pads rolled up into a cylinder). Made it much steadier and didn't have the odd "crinkling" noise like the empty bottles. Felt better too.

Dean

"Crinkling noise"...👍 That is by far the strangest contraption I have ever seen. Is it very comfy?

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Hey Sundog, Thanks for posting pics! I tried the gardener pads (like Dean did) and rolled them up and stuffed them in for a more comfortable and stable ride. For longer miles days I will use this set up but I still would like to try the Wallmart atv air cushion. (if I can locate a store that carries them in northeast Ohio) Happy Riding, Jim 👍

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I just don't know about that thing:crazy: My Corbin does just dandy for long street rides,👍 yet more $$ Sport tour doesn't know to much about that item but does carry it online.

Now how does it work if your in the twisties? if you know?

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