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I just got back from a 3,000 km ride and the stock seat got a bit uncomfortable. I'm a 6'1', 200 # male. What might be options - Corbin or rebuild? I would like to sit a bit higher as well.
 

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You won't find a Corbin any more comfortable IMHO. Road Sofas sit higher and more comfortable, if they are still available.
 

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you can spend alot of money to achieve your goal i have around 250ish bucks in my seat had it re-done its not 100 percent but its very close
 

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I like my seat.. Its a relic wing seat with backrest. also im 6-2 and its perfect.
 

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Notodd, your seat looks quite different from mine - higher in back and wider, wondering which is original or if there were a couple variations tried???
 

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Peterbilt, did you have any mods when redone? ie firmer foam and or reshaping? the rise at front of seat really cramps the old jewels!!!
 

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mkplenny wrote:
I just got back from a 3,000 km ride and the stock seat got a bit uncomfortable. I'm a 6'1', 200 # male.  What might be options - Corbin or rebuild? I would like to sit a bit higher as well.
Since your seat is the original remeber the foam rubber does wear out n time from being sat on baking in the heat life in general. Any new seat with new foam will be an improvement. JC Whitney offers a replacement seat that would be an improvement. Other more expensive seats will offer more and cost more.
 
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