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    Default Stock seat with backrest.

    I have a backrest that bolts on the fender and works with a stock seat. It has a slot that you can slide the backrest on and off without taking the seats off. I like it very much and would like to keep it. I was wondering if I got a solo Mustang or Ultimate seat would work with the stock passenger seat and the backrest work with them, or could I use the backrest with them. It's the one on my bike in the picture. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franksterp69 View Post
    I have a backrest that bolts on the fender and works with a stock seat. It has a slot that you can slide the backrest on and off without taking the seats off. I like it very much and would like to keep it. I was wondering if I got a solo Mustang or Ultimate seat would work with the stock passenger seat and the backrest work with them, or could I use the backrest with them. It's the one on my bike in the picture. Thanks
    You have to chop up a stock rear seat to use with the Ultimate, I dont know about the Mustang. I would think some fab work would be in order. The Ultimates have a slot in the back of them for a backrest. 1.5"x.25" flat bar will slide right into the slot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heffly View Post
    You have to chop up a stock rear seat to use with the Ultimate, I dont know about the Mustang. I would think some fab work would be in order. The Ultimates have a slot in the back of them for a backrest. 1.5"x.25" flat bar will slide right into the slot.
    Thanks Heffly, maybe me backrest might work with it.

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    Mustang seat not compatible with crappy stock passenger seat.

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    if you plan on having someone back there get the back seat at the same time (mus. or ulti. don't matter), their butts will thank you.
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    I could send out 100 seats and never be able to finish my list Smitt
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