Questions On Spencer Seat Mods/Peg Lowering
Riding the V so much that I've finally gave in to the fact that my arse needs relief. I'm 5' - 8" and about 150 pounds. Thought about a custom made seat, but after seeing how expensive they are, and how some find no relief with the custom seat, I decided not to go that route. I then considered doing the seat mod myself. I've done some on previous bikes with some success.
Enter "Spencer Motorcycle Seat Mods". Seems like everyone is very happy with cost, service and price when dealing with Spencer. What I'm wondering is if anyone has had Spencer make the seat a little wider in the thigh area to provide more support? With current seat, I'm only comfortable for about 45 minutes. Do the mods really make a few hours of continuous riding possible without pain?
Finally, I'd like to know if someone my size would benefit from the peg lowering kit? I think lowering the pegs would spread my weight over a larger portion of the seat (my pain is not in the tailbone, but in my arse bones).
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