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02-27-2019 10:15 PM
PaddyD For those long days on the road a good sheepskin is real hard to beat for added comfort.
02-27-2019 08:10 PM
rodent64 Wow, I think I created a Monster !!! ( Lol).
02-27-2019 07:56 PM
Tom Schmitz
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Hey now. I could have posted a video!!!!
"I think that is the least you could have done", Tom butted in.
02-27-2019 04:24 PM
Toney
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TMI there Toney, lol!!

Hey now. I could have posted a video!!!!
02-27-2019 03:54 PM
pdwestman
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It's real important that you keep that nasty spot down there clean too! It doesn't have to be clean enough to eat off of, but a little extra effort in the personal hygiene dept might make your ride better. It can't be just "clean enough". If it's hot out and a little on the "dirty" side. Well,,, that gets uncomfortable!
TMI there Toney, lol!!
02-27-2019 02:02 PM
Toney It's real important that you keep that nasty spot down there clean too! It doesn't have to be clean enough to eat off of, but a little extra effort in the personal hygiene dept might make your ride better. It can't be just "clean enough". If it's hot out and a little on the "dirty" side. Well,,, that gets uncomfortable!
02-27-2019 01:14 PM
campfire Good to know, I've always used Gold Bond but will try this since it's an excuse to go to Tractor Supply.
02-26-2019 10:47 PM
rodent64
A little more comfort being in the saddle awhile.

On longer rides I (and most likely you too ) experience a bit of burning sensation on your butt. I found a product called “Anti-Monkey Butt Powder”. It is sold at AG equipment/tractor dealers/farm and ranch stores. Here in Texas it is sold at Tractor Supply co. It is marketed to those that spend time on the seat(s) of tractors, combines, etc. Not sure why, but the stuff works better than name brand powders to spritz your shorts with. IMHO. Inexepensive, and you can a little ride farther without/less of the “burn”.

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