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Sale Price: $395.96 Regularly: $439.99
Gold Club Price: What's This? $395.96
J&P Part: 711-725
This item qualifies for free ground shipping
This product was proudly made in the USA
Manufacturer Part Number: 76917
Sold in Units: Each
Solo or Dual: 2-Up
Surface Texture: Stitching
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The seat looks great, and is more comfortable than the stock HD offering.
Everybody who see my seat will say nice seat
Great looking seat! I knew the padding was going to much less but it is actually more comfortable than I expected. I live in Indiana and the roads are anything but good right now, didn't have any soreness from the ride this past week. If you want to have an amazing looking bike, it is hard not to choose a Roland Sands product!
best seat ever, two minute installation.
I love this seat and the attitude it brings to my bike. It's so comfortable also
JP has excellent shipping. Received pretty shortly after the order. The seat looks fantastic on my 2011 HD Nightster. More comfortable than the stocker seat as well. I have forward controls, and the seat moves you maybe an inch or so further back, but being 5'9" it gives some more comfort on the longer rides, just took a little getting used to. The only drawbacks; it is definitely skinnier than the stocker, so until I got used to it, I felt like I might slide off of it. The other drawback was I spent way too long trying to put it on. The rear screw hole doesn't line up perfectly so I thought I hadn't slid it all the way up under the tank.. Turns out, I could not push it any further because I already had it seated properly. Finally, I just pushed it down and screwed it in, and haven't had any issues. Despite these two drawbacks, I would recommend this seat as they are easily overcome.