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post #1 of 5 Old 10-27-2012, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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Seat lowering "kit"....who makes it?

Last week when I was researching a lower seat for the KLR, I ran across a company that sells a kinda "kit" for recovering your stock seat-pan with lower foam and a new cover I believe.

Now I can't seem to find them again......can anyone help a brother out?

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Nate
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post #2 of 5 Old 10-27-2012, 05:14 PM
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Last week when I was researching a lower seat for the KLR, I ran across a company that sells a kinda "kit" for recovering your stock seat-pan with lower foam and a new cover I believe.

Now I can't seem to find them again......can anyone help a brother out?

Thanks,

Nate
Yup! Your looking for seatconcepts.com
I bought one early on (not lowered, regular seat) and it is by far the most comfy seat I've had on the bike. And I've had the stocker, Kawi gel seat kit, and a dual platform Corbin. IMHO the Seatconcepts kit is head and shoulders above all the others!

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That's it...thanks.

A bit more affordable than the Corbin.
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That's it...thanks.

A bit more affordable than the Corbin.
And way more comfortable in my opinion! I sold my Corbin, paid for my Seatconcepts kit and still had some jingle in my jeans

From what I've heard (haven't had one personally yet though) the Sargent seats are also super comfortable.

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Heck, for that price I can use the extra coinage to buy my side-racks from Caribou. Sweet.
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