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X-Large Black Sheared Sheepskin seat cover for Roadmaster. Check Alaska Leather to see if it fits for a different bike. Used for one month, makes stock seat more comfortable. Got a RDL seat.
$65 shipped to domestic USA.
 

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What do you think of the RDL??
 

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What do you think of the RDL??
I have not rode for any extended periods of time yet. I had a 2 1/2 hour ride home with no problems. I am sure it will be more comfortable then the stock seat. After ~ one hour on the stock seat I was getting uncomfortable, which makes the rest of the day increasing unbearable. For me is was a 'no-brainer' to get the RDL seat as I plan to tour. The Alaska Sheepskin pad helped a little. The odd thing is Indian has changed the seat on some 2019 models to an even narrower seat ( ie.. HD ), which is going in the wrong direction in RDL's opinion. A backrest is also a must!
 

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I have not rode for any extended periods of time yet. I had a 2 1/2 hour ride home with no problems. I am sure it will be more comfortable then the stock seat. After ~ one hour on the stock seat I was getting uncomfortable, which makes the rest of the day increasing unbearable. For me is was a 'no-brainer' to get the RDL seat as I plan to tour. The Alaska Sheepskin pad helped a little. The odd thing is Indian has changed the seat on some 2019 models to an even narrower seat ( ie.. HD ), which is going in the wrong direction in RDL's opinion. A backrest is also a must!
I have been looking at the RDL for quite a while. They take a while to get. But I agree, a narrower seat is NOT what I need.
 

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I waited four months for my 'Ride-in'. It is a little faster by mail. I do not know what bike you have, but If you plan on keeping it, there is no reason not to do it. I have a RM, so it is money well spent into the never ending pit.
 
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