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Old 05-31-2017, 01:33 PM
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Aftermarket seat options? need advice.

Ok, I'm back on the seat subject after sitting on a K12RS with a Rick Mayer.
It was quite nice and I'm almost ready to sacrifice some limited funds for comfort!

I have the GT heated "comfort" seat, which aint bad, but In Alabama I rarely use the heat if any at all.

Looking at the Corbin site at the moment.

Your input is greatly appreciated..
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I have both a Corbin and a Sargent seat for the K1200s. I prefer the Sargent World Seat.
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Pretty good summery.

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Re: Aftermarket seat options? need advice.

Corbin seats are very heavy, once you buy it, it is yours. Sargent can be returned up to 30 days. Sargent seats have a superior pan and fit. I personally would never own a Corbin again. They live for the Harley crowd.
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Thanks for the info guys. Those seth lamm seats look really nice, comfy!
My cousin has the sargent which I found quite firm, still good advice on the pan quality though. Thanks
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Nothing to compare to, mine came with the sargent and I like it

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Thanks for the info guys. Those seth lamm seats look really nice, comfy!
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Sargeant Seat..... heated.
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Sargeant Seat..... heated.
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Heated? Using the factory circuit/system?
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Re: Aftermarket seat options? need advice.

I have a Corbin on my K1300S. The PO was a short leg and had the seat made for him on site at the California location. I sent the front half back to Corbin for a reconfigure with a drawing of what I wanted done. I'm not happy with the results but elected to live with it as it meant another 6 week turn time. They did not build what I asked for. Craftsmanship was ok.
Had a Corbin Gunfighter and Lady on previous bike, CBR1000F. The comfort was great for the long ride but construction was sub-par and had a seam split in 2 years.
The seat pans are heavy, build time is excessive, communication with the company is poor. While I don't have first hand or butt experience with Sargent, or Others, I will try them next.
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The Russell Sport Seat was the best thing I ever put on my RS.
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Re: Aftermarket seat options? need advice.

And there you have it...many asses different likes

I had the Sergeant and Corbin and the Corbin fits me best. I have them on both bikes and can ride till the cows come home without any discomfort. The Sargent, after a few hours didn't do it for me.

Good luck in your search.

BTW...that Russell is one UGLY seat Bill
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The Russell Sport Seat was the best thing I ever put on my RS.

Pictures?

Had the RDL dual on my old RT.......ONE 15 hour day was amazing...
However, I don't think I want a day-long on this bike. $$$ to consider as well.

I'm close to pulling the sargent trigger. (would like to find a used one, Flyboy?)

They said I could ride in during slow winter months for adjustments. Its only a 7 hr ride from here...
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I use the Sargent in the Spring/Summer/Touring mode, Comfort Stock heated in the fall/winter/commuting mode.
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That sounds like a plan!
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I had a used Corbin on my KRS and loved it. I've had 5 different seats on my KS but no Corbin.
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Re: Aftermarket seat options? need advice.

It might not be the seat, it might be your seating position. Have you tried taller risers? Have you tried canting the bars toward you? I have the GT comfort seat, it's super thick and super wide. I have it in the low position. My bars are 5/8 of inch higher than the stock RS. I installed the GT bar risers. Then I canted the bars toward me because the stock position hurt my palms. After I canted them toward me I felt like I was sitting another inch back and almost upright. My seating position has changed because of the bar configuration and the seat is uber comfy now. The stock bars in the forward position was making my hands fall asleep, may arms and neck ache, and my seat very uncomfortable. I also cut down my comfort shield by 3 1/2 inches, now there is no turbulence, just smooth air. The air that hits me helps take pressure off my hands. All in all, super comfy! What a machine!

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Here's your pic. It may have been ugly but I could run through tank after tank of gas without getting off the bike.

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Here's your pic. It may have been ugly but I could run through tank after tank of gas without getting off the bike.


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Re: Aftermarket seat options? need advice.

BMW seats suck.Could hardly put my legs down by the time I got to Kentucky.That is a rather long way from here.7 days on the road in the heat?

Walmart to the rescue for a gel car seat cushion.Phew....I was still a few days from my destination.

$125.00 shipped for a used Corbin on fleabay?I jumped on that one. Never looked back at the OEM seat in the rafters of the shop.Corbin stays but now showing some age cracks.No worries.....not the first seat I ever went into for repairs.Maybe the sixth seat I took apart and fixed?

Only thing I don't really like about it? Sits me back a little farther out than the OEM so I have to adjust the bars all the way back.I'd rather have them all the way forward.....!
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Look in my gallery.
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I saw only 2 photos in the gallery, no biggie though...
I'd like an RDL for long trips & Sargent for local. Not enough mad-money though. $$$, $$$
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Why do you think you need two seats? The Russell SPORT seat allows hanging off - no problem.
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I would really like to get a seat where the rear passenger seat is actually a fiberglass lockable compartment where I can keep basic tools, registration, insurance etc. Very much like the style Pirate had but an actual compartment rather than a cosmetic cover.

I don't care if it is a BMW or other. I don't have a fat ass like Harley Riders so make is not so important......(Can a Harley rider fit on a Ducati???? )
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Mine is like that I will try and get some pictures later today



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I don't care if it is a BMW or other. I don't have a fat ass like Harley Riders so make is not so important......(Can a Harley rider fit on a Ducati???? )
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Questions, questions, questions.

Where, how, who? Is that a converted PD or......??
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That is for a K1200S/K1300S. I do not believe that will fit a K1200RS - but am contacting them to find out. Thanks!
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Okay good luck it's very nice.
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Here's your pic. It may have been ugly but I could run through tank after tank of gas without getting off the bike.

What Bill said... I did two Iron Butt rides on mine. No way in hell I'd want to try them with the other two seats that I had experience with (stock, Sargent). Russell Day Long all day, every day.
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Ok, I'm back on the seat subject after sitting on a K12RS with a Rick Mayer.
It was quite nice and I'm almost ready to sacrifice some limited funds for comfort!

I have the GT heated "comfort" seat, which aint bad, but In Alabama I rarely use the heat if any at all.

Looking at the Corbin site at the moment.

Your input is greatly appreciated..
I have some Corbin(s) that were misrepresented (because I purchased them off the wrong forum, this one/ D'oh) I own a '09 K1300GT !!!

Purchased for better comfort, which they do that job, But mostly for the leather. Damn vinyl gets very (expletive) hot here in the Midwest.

I'm an idiot. They'll be posted in the 'for sale' thread. Soon. I have to retrieve them off my camera. I'm getting used to a new UbuntuMate (linux) distro.

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FWIW, I am actually still interested in a Russell even though I just accomplished the diy below.

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