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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-27-2014, 06:07 PM Thread Starter
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Question Drag Specialties - Solo Seat

Does anyone know anything about the "Drag Specialties - Solo Seat" like this one: https://www.denniskirk.com/drag-spec...prd/459482.sku

I cant find any reviews for them anywhere. I have a highball & as with most people the stock seat starts to hurt the tailbone ofter a short time in the saddle.

Any other seat ideas for the same $$ would be great also. I'm up in the 300 lb range so need something a little comfy.

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Corbin is pricey but there is nothing like the look of a custom saddle.

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Drag makes a good seat but till you try any seat you'll never know.
what works for me might not for you.

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I ended up getting one of the Drag ones (diamond stitch pattern) I've not ridden it yet due to shitty weather but just sitting on it you don't have the kick up bit at the back pressing against your trail bone like the stock seat
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I ended up getting one of the Drag ones (diamond stitch pattern) I've not ridden it yet due to shitty weather but just sitting on it you don't have the kick up bit at the back pressing against your trail bone like the stock seat
I kinda like the feel of something behind me, particularly with hard acceleration, (as I often do).
Still I'm curious about a lower ride.
post a review when the weather changes.

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Nice seat.

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How does this compare to the stock seat dimensions wise. If you could take pics when you get it on and test it. Especially rear pics. I'm looking for a seat myself that doesn't look so wide from the rear. Does the rear seat flow into the fender?????? Thanks
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Its about the same width but does not have the tailbone hurting kick up at the back. It does slope up but its MUCH better than the stock slope. Here are s couple if pics (one side does not have the plastic cover on)
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Ok, i'm on the computer now, not the phone. Here are the side pics of it.
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looks good thanks for the pics
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