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Licks Cycles - Slimline Retro Racer Solo Seat - Black Center
Slimline Retro Racer Solo Seat - Black Center -By Licks Cycles

List Price: $209.99

Product Code: LCC-SLRBB

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Slimline Retro Racer Solo Seat - Black Center -By Licks Cycles

The Slimline Retro Racer Seat is the thinnest, most prestine solo seat you're ever going to find for your ride!

Important Notice - Due to an incredibly heavy demand for the seat kits we are currently running no less than a two week delivery time. If you order a solo seat kit, it will not ship immediately. We appreciate your patience and will do out best to turn your orders around as soon as possible!!

We have taken our popular slimline, the thinnest, most prestine looking solo seat, and given it a new twist! We have added a
perfectly bordered horizontal tuck n' roll, with a beautiful white finish.

Just like our standard Slimline, these seats have a 1/2 inch of padding to give them that sleek profile. The seat pan is flipped up in the back so your ass is firmly planted, no sliding off when you hammer on it!

The Slimline Retro Racer seat measures 12 1/2 inches long by 9 1/2 inches wide and is constructed from a heavy gauge formed steel base that won't crack like fiberglass bases. The seats are hand covered with a high quality Naugahyde that will last for years!

PLEASE NOTE Sportsters models 2007-current require a relocation of the fuel injection module for proper fitment. Some final modifictions may need to be make for our seats work with these models.


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3 of 5 Review from Stefano Buccarella February 26, 2010
Reviewer: Stefano Buccarella from Niederhasli, ZH  
The seat is great. Installation was nearly without problem. Only the Spring mount was a bit difficult, do to the fact, that the bolt had nearly no space to fit into the spring (i have the 2 inch springs).
One other thing is the length of the screw from the seat. Once the spring is mounted, the two screws (seat and mounting-kit on frame) will touch each other and so the spring-effect is lost. Problably this will not happen if the spring are bigger.
The most important thing is, that my bike now looks graet with the new seat!!

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