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Mozz

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Very comfortable but raises seat height about an inch I'd say. Can barely get both feet on the ground now! Nevertheless my arse appreciates it on longer hauls.

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raimondi1337

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I have the 2.0 Low version. Seems excellent all around so far, but the low version slopes forward enough that you can't really sit in the middle without sliding into the crook of the seat. I'm still getting used to it.

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NORTY

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Ordered my "XL Comfort" seat from Brenna. (She's the daughter of this family run company.) 4 weeks later, as promised, my seat arrived in perfect condition. The seat foam seems a bit softer than the Husky 701 OEM foam. The contour is what I like about the seat, knowing that rump hotspots can ruin a good ride. Well, their seat makes the bike more comfortable, for longer periods of riding. The seat DOES slightly push your knees out a little more than the stocker when reaching for the ground. (It's a tallish bike to begin with.) Something that takes a little getting used to. 

The seat width does not get in the way of inner thighs when jumping. It allows full movement during obstacle challenges. (Think trials type riding.)  

Overall, the seat is pretty well made, with quality components.  I like the color matching cover too.

It would have received 5 stars if for 1 little thing. The seat pan pin location is slightly "off" by about an 1/8th of an inch. (It's a bit "too long" causing the front locating pins to push really hard into the frame.)  This puts undue stress on the seat pan, and makes installation/removal a chore, instead of simply dropping the seat on the bike frame mounted clasp. I hope this doesn't cause a fracture/failure in the seat pan as that would make the seat unusable. I tend to keep my bikes for a longtime, so this seat needs to "not fail" because of something that should be fixed in the mfg process. 

Anyway, time to go ride!

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motomaniac22

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Standard Height 

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DeadWalker_Six

  

Slightly expensive fix for a slightly irritating problem. 

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