Mean City link below..... I've never used their services butt they have a good reputation, at least on the Harley forums . I have a bud that had a seat redone by MeanCity and he says his seat is much more comfy.Your gonna have to pony up brother none of them are cheap. You can try a seat mod and for the life of me I can’t remember the companies name that does it. That is the cheapest and decent looking way to do it. I did a lot of researching and went the Ultimate Tall Boy seat. I was fortunate and found one on eBay so I could use PayPal and I am glad I did very comfortable.
Mean City link below..... I've never used their services butt they have a good reputation, at least on the Harley forums . I have a bud that had a seat redone by MeanCity and he says his seat is much more comfy.
I'm going to save you some time and trouble: Mean City Cycles will not do mods on the Roadmaster seat due to how the heater is constructed into the seat. They were the first ones that I called when I started looking for a new seat.Thanks Willy that’s who I was trying to recommend.
Find a local upholstery shop that knows how to rebuild bike saddles and have them customize the seat to you....will probably be less expensive than an aftermarket saddle and fit you much better.What’s your favorite replacement seat on a roadmaster ? My butt was hurting after an hour of riding . I had an ultimate seat on a previous bike which was great but it’s expensive . I’d like to
Hear about alternatives .
Ditto on the Corbin. I stopped experimenting with different seats several bikes ago and always went with Corbin.I cannot recommend the Corbin Dual Tour highly enough. Once broken in, it is a mileage buster. I've put Corbin's on all my HD's and all of my Indians. Lot's of customization options. Good luck.