Hmmm, that subject hasn't come up. :wink2:
Curious if you had to modify your passenger seat to fit that?Check Craigslist and eBay. Just scored a set of Rich's custom seats for the rider and pillion for $270 shipped.
Made for a heavier rider like me too!
How is this for a "butt pocket" that's nice and low?
These seats were built on a 2005 FJR1300 seat pans. Slap right on!Curious if you had to modify your passenger seat to fit that?
If you are an "Active" rider who moves around on twisties and sweepers the wings on the RDL seats don't work for you. Tried one and felt trapped.Dance around, try options, save money, use band aids on those not-quite-as-expensive "custom" seats. Then get a Russell like you should have to begin with.
That's irritating, Rich built me a seat with even less hip support than yours but claimed he need modify the passenger seat to do so and charged me $300, or ripped me off for lack of a better term.These seats were built on a 2005 FJR1300 seat pans. Slap right on!
I'm in Seattle and wanted to support a local custom seat shop.>
Funny, but as the FJR is extremely popular outside the US - I have parts from UK, Italy and Russia on my bike.I am really enjoying my TopSellerie seat (France).... top notch finish and really comfortable on the long rides. Check out their website for all the possibilities. They have multiple setups (with heat or not). From the time to order and receiving my seat, I believe it took about 3 or 4 weeks. They are worth considering if you are shopping for a better seat than the OEM. www.topsellerie.com