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Anyone have any experience with this product? I read at a magazine website, a review that slammed all gels pretty much across the board, but they recommended this product.

Its priced at $164 at their website. I will look around for cheaper, but want to know what y'all think, if you've used it.

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I cant say for sure never had one....... but alot of my brothers that hang out at sturgis.com... have them.. there was just a thread there not to long ago about them.. and they love them...
 

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The "Air Hawk" works great, no longer have one but wish I did! I saw them somewhere recently for $125?

Takes a fews miles to get use to them becuse of the cushyness, mainly if your hanging curves a little fast?!
 

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I hit some curves this morning... There was about 20 switchbacks, ranging from 15mph posted to 30mph. On one of the 15 jobs, I rolled it right at 15, and had Bargoyle leaned over far enough to scrape the left driver peg. That vibration startled me, but made me giggle...:goofygrin:
 

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I have a Air Rider insert in my 1500. It's pretty good, what I like about it on a long haul is when the posterior (Rump to REDWING) begins to tire, I can change the air pressure and it feels much different and bears on other areas of one's anatomy.

http://www.airrider.com/
 

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I have a airhawk cushion, I would not take for it. I usually ride without it until I start getting uncomfortable then I use it, I also turn it around 180 degrees after a while, this gives your thighs more support anddifferent pressure points. By adjusting the air pressure up or down you can also get relief. It helps me to ride much longer. I bought mine off Ebay for $100 it is just like new.I tried it with the stock seat and it did not help very much, I put on a Corbin seat and it works great.
 

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Dean, question... what do you weigh ?:baffled:
 

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I have lost down to 185.
 

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Must be laying off that "Texas: Barbeque !

I ask because I saw a guy with out of state plates , who was around 340lbs with a "Air Hawk" so the bladders in them must be tuff ?!:baffled:

Hey Red Wing, how many "Stones" is that ?:baffled:
 

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They are tough. My boney caboose needed help on long rides.Bar B Q is a rare treat for me nowadays, got off beef and dairy products and sugar...that is a turnaround for me always ate Chicken fried everything. I feel 10 years younger since I did it.Don't take any meds now. I do miss the Bar B Q though.
 

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Hey dean, I got a couple Texan Jokes, let me know when you want to here then ?:goofygrin:
 

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I already heard them all.:grinner:
 

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I gotta be careful with Texas jokes, the woman who hangs around here is a Texican and I don't want to reenact the Alamo with me playing Davy Crockett.
 

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Santa Ana could have won the Alamo a lot faster if he had not been so cheap. He needed to rent a few of those penthouses to shoot down into the Alamo. I was in one and we could see the entire Alamo courtyard.
 

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I'm starting to worry about ya Brojees!

Sounds familar, Dallas 1963 ?!:baffled:
 

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Brojees wrote:
Santa Ana could have won the Alamo a lot faster if he had not been so cheap. He needed to rent a few of those penthouses to shoot down into the Alamo. I was in one and we could see the entire Alamo courtyard.
I don't think it would work, the windows don't open!:cheeky1:
 
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