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post #1 of 14 Old 10-18-2016, 04:33 PM Thread Starter
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solution to rear seat

Does anyone know any solution for the rear seat of the bike?

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You mean a pillion? Yep tell her to drive the car


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What problem is the rear seat posing that needs a solution?

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I took my daughter for a two hour ride. Because the seat isn't level and slopes towards the rider the whole trip was a disaster. I had sore arms holding back her weight and helmets kept banging. She just couldn't stop from sliding forward, especially when braking or going downhill. The solution is the rear foot pegs are now used to protect the bike should I drop it, and not for pillions. I don't care, I didn't buy it as a tourer or cruiser. I bought it for my own thrills.
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Although my overnight bag seems to dig into my back due to seat sloping forward. I'll just have to put something under it to level it up I suppose.
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you could get one of them grippy seat covers
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Or a Butt Plug.


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A roll of carpet grip from your local diy store will be less than $10, here in the uk its about 4.99 I used it on the slippy pillion seat on my VFR1200 , worked great !
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I thought about doing a cover to level the bank and increase the size,
that can be removed .
But I would like to see photos of someone who made .

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I fitted the triboseat and my wife felts confortable.


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