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post #71 of 87 (permalink) Old 10-17-2009, 07:32 AM
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YES, THERE WAS ALOT OF PAPERS IN THERE AND THE COUPON WAS IN A YELLOW ENVELOPE
Same here.

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i have bought a gel with sheepskin and it was like sitting on a rock , paid 129 bucks for it , tryed wally worlds pad and them things were like sitting on a waffle iron , it maybe just me and some 1 esle mite be fine with these pads , my vote is a thumbs down , good luck and i hope it works for you

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am i the only lucky one to have a corbin saddle? the more you ride on a corbin. the better it gets. worth every penny paid...

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A lot of us po folks can't afford 700 dollar seats.

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LOL, I haven't spent $100 on the three pads I have bought so if I end up throwing 'em all away I haven't spent too much money.

Like ol\' Hank said, a cntryboy can survive!!

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I got mine in the mail today and tried it out. I kind of like it already......lol

Haven't had time for an extended ride yet, but plan on it tomorrow.

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I put around a 100 miles on mine today and so far I love the seat pad. I'm still trying to find the sweet spot but I really have enjoyed it so far!

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I'm going out riding all day tomorrow so I will be able to pass on my finding also

Working riding whenever we can. Wish I had more time to hang out with my goldwing family!
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RayandTracy wrote:
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Hi was wondering if anyone has any positive feedback on this gelpad from SKWOOSH
SKWOOSH GEL PAD
I know I've seen at least one person some time back , that's how I got the link
Thanks, Ray
Ray I got one a few ears ago when I fractured my spine at work. I have a thin bum and thought the gel seat would make it a little easier but when I got back on my feet and started using it on the Wing it didn't extend my riding time as I had hoped! I got it at a canoeing store.

About a year or so ago I got one of these from Canadian Tire.
http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/brows....jsp?locale=en

It is also a gel seat or cushion, it is a lot thicker than the SKWOOSH but covers the riders seat completely on the 1500. It extends my riding by about an hour and is really comfortable in use, the outer covering can be taken off and cleaned.

Sometimes C/T sell them for under $15 in sales

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