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Willing to trade my custom made seat for a Corbin seat

It's a great seat, made of high quality materials and waterproof. It's just not very comfortable in the city because it's too wide and putting feet on the ground every traffic light feels awkward . It's great for highway rides though. This seat doesn't have the "sliding forward" problem and is relatively flat (see photo) and it's in new condition. My rides are 90% in the city and that's why i'd like to trade.
Let me know if you want to trade your Corbin or any other after market versys seat for this one.
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you would trade for worse.
I've said it many times, corbin is too hard, has seams where you sit (saddle sore), too heavy, too poorly fitting the bike and steals most of the underseat compartment space. Plus the custmmer support is next to inexistant.
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you would trade for worse.
I've said it many times, corbin is too hard, has seams where you sit (saddle sore), too heavy, too poorly fitting the bike and steals most of the underseat compartment space. Plus the custmmer support is next to inexistant.
I didn't limit it only to Corbin, other after market seats are welcome too
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I didn't limit it only to Corbin, other after market seats are welcome too
Your thread DOES say that you're looking to trade for a Corbin.

I can change THAT to say something else if you like. Just PM me w/ what you'd like it to say.

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