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Re:Officially back in the saddle
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Re:Officially back in the saddle 2 Months ago  
Oh I will also be selling my E.D. big tour seat. It is the plain one. the fringe and studs etc were built into the cover I made for it and as I doubt anyone wants that, I will sell the seat separate.
It is in really good shape since it spent it's life on the bike covered. It is the big tour cushion and cover on the stock seat pan. The seat pan will need 1 rubber bumper next to the seat latch since I took that off to accommodate my leather heat shield.

I would like 200$ and shipping if possible but shoot me an offer
It is already in a box so I can ship it any time.









In case anyone does want the cover here is a pic of it. It is all hand sewn

 
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Re:Officially back in the saddle 1 Month, 4 Weeks ago  
Silkentek wrote:
Oh I will also be selling my E.D. big tour seat. It is the plain one. the fringe and studs etc were built into the cover I made for it and as I doubt anyone wants that, I will sell the seat separate.
It is in really good shape since it spent it's life on the bike covered. It is the big tour cushion and cover on the stock seat pan. The seat pan will need 1 rubber bumper next to the seat latch since I took that off to accommodate my leather heat shield.



Would you be interested in selling the heat shield?
 
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Re:Officially back in the saddle 1 Month, 4 Weeks ago  
Reading this made me smile. Glad to hear you finally got to ride you new bike yourself. I understand feeling reset to noobie. My minor slide last summer did that and I was only off it for days. Enjoy the ride and be safe out there.
 
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Re:Officially back in the saddle 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
txulrich wrote:
Silkentek wrote:
Oh I will also be selling my E.D. big tour seat. It is the plain one. the fringe and studs etc were built into the cover I made for it and as I doubt anyone wants that, I will sell the seat separate.
It is in really good shape since it spent it's life on the bike covered. It is the big tour cushion and cover on the stock seat pan. The seat pan will need 1 rubber bumper next to the seat latch since I took that off to accommodate my leather heat shield.



Would you be interested in selling the heat shield?


The heat shield went to the wrecking yard with Sapphire. Unfortunately I was so devastated by her being totaled, that it didn't occur to me to ask jed to grab it for me. He kept trying to tell me I could take anything off her I wanted but I was too busy crying over her going away to hear him. I could kick myself too because I could have kept my heat shield and kickstand cover etc *sigh* oh well, I will just have to make new ones eventually.
 
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Re:Officially back in the saddle 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
So glad you are riding again.

It will get better and better, but it will always be hard.

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