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It may be time for me to buy a new seat? I am unsure what my choices are. I have read about a company called Corbin. I could go another year with my duck taped patched original seat and back rest. If I bought a new seat would I get the back rest too? Is there a wide choice of brands or is the selection narrow. Searching for a seat for my 1991 SE.
 

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Ebay has some good stock seats if you're just looking to get a replacement. The corbins are better seats, though.
 

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if you buy a corbin you will pay for each piece individually,they are not cheap
 

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I have heard a lot of people happy with Corbin, but as stated they are not cheap. I had a Saddleman Road Sofa which was far better than stock on my former 86 GL1200. I researched this quite a bit and found a favorable following for Russell Day-Long. Also not cheap.
http://www.day-long.com/
 
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