Here you go
Patty. I assume you still have my remarks on how I love this seat. It is
truly one of the best investments I have made. Thanks!
I sure do, Patrick. Also, I would like some more shots of your
bike to add when you get a chance. It is a good looking bike and
the seat looks great on it.
I have been told many times how Millennium Foam has kept the peace for
the twosome. Sounds like you might have yourself a permanent
Thursday, December 19, 2002 12:37 PM
Subject: Re: #7-128
I received my new Hitchhiker seat and have proceeded to break it in. I
got to tell you that it has been the best decision I have made in a long
time. Not only is it good looking, very comfortable, but it has made a
huge difference in the positioning of (me) to my forward controls. My
Low Rider's forward controls have always been a reach for me, but I no
longer slide rearward when advancing the throttle. Best of all, I no
longer hear negative feedback coming from my wife who had to straddle
that smaller width and much harder surface when we ride. Boy
it it quiet now...hint. I will send a picture later.
Hi Patrick -
Thanks for getting back to us. When we built this seat for the two
of you, you and I emphasis the building directions listed in the box
below. The way that your seat turned out is how we try to pay
attention to our customers wishes.
had a Corbin Cobra seat on the bike.
His wife was uncomfortable with the seat and not much
into riding. His
intentions are to improve her riding experience.
He has a sissy bar behind the seat.
Per Patrick “I presently do not have much room
between the seat and the bar.
In fact, I have to give a light tug on the seat when
flipping it open.
It has an abrasion on the seat where it is rubbing.”
He has also requested that the passenger area be
exactly 8 inches wide.