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|12-10-2019 11:09 AM|
I have an ultimate big boy solo with backrest. I also have a corbin 2 up seat. Corbin is very firm, it is comfortable (wide). If I had to pick one, it would be ultimate big boy.
I use the Crobin only for riding 2 up. 99.9% of the time, I ride solo with the ultimate.
|12-10-2019 03:30 AM|
|Clink||I had an 04 S with a mustang seat and loved it. I am a little older now and bought an 09 R. First upgrade was a mustang seat. Then I decided the try the ultimate big boy with a drivers backrest. Hands down, go with the ultimate. I don‚Äôt know about the Corbin, but the ultimate is like sitting in a pillow. It does ride higher than the mustang. I am 5‚Äô 10‚ÄĚ 185lbs. I love the ultimate.|
|11-14-2019 08:38 PM|
|dude_95||Im 5'8" and have a mustang with a backrest that ive put 80k miles in. I tried a saddelman seat and hated it. Mustang was the perfect fit for me, and no complaints from her on the back|
|11-06-2019 07:45 AM|
Originally Posted by wrongway View Post
I haven't done anything yet, but have absorbed some useful takes, including yours (thanks)! My goal is to get something over the winter, and I also now know I don't have to shy away from a used seat for an R or T for my S.
|11-06-2019 12:22 AM|
Iím not sure what the OP has done unless I missed it when reading through.
Anyway, Iíve never had any luck with a stock seat except on a Goldwing and Ultra Classic.
Iíve used corbin, mustang and ultimate.
Although the corbin and mustang were both much better than the stock seat, I still got numb bum pretty bad.
With the Ultimate low rider without backrest I can literally do 9 hour days in comfort. For me itís the best seat Iíve ever ridden on.
Iím only 5í8Ē so the low rider works for me but I have a friend who is 6í and about 300 lbs. He said my lowrider made him feel like his balls were up on the gas tank.
Anyway, my votes for the Ultimate seat.
|10-16-2019 04:01 PM|
Originally Posted by Thee_Oddball View Post
|09-22-2019 10:03 PM|
|gmarshall||Bought the lo rider seat used on theorem. I don't know how the big boy seat would fit me.|
|09-18-2019 05:42 PM|
Originally Posted by SeaSteve View Post
|09-18-2019 03:41 PM|
A short cautionary tail.
I'm 6'2" and 240lb. My Big Boy Ultimate had the drivers backrest and NO passenger pillion. After 3 years and 35K miles the seat pan did crack enough to cause the backrest to move back about an inch. It was adjustable but still not comfortable so I contacted Ultimate. Ultimate DID warranty the pan and replaced it at no cost other than shipping to them. I got the feeling, though, that Ultimate may not have pans available in the future for a bike that's out of production for 10 years. Or at least may not have the pans on hand.
Before the 1800 I had a 1300 with a Mustang "touring" seat AND passenger pillion. Both seats together had 9" of backrest making the Mustang my favorite choice for low back support.
|09-18-2019 02:39 PM|
Originally Posted by gmarshall View Post
I ask, because with the stock seat I felt like my knees were too high in reference to my thighs.
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