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Old 12-24-2015, 11:15 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I always worried the suction cups would leave a mark over time. I've seen other bikes with suction cup marks so maybe that's common. But would those marks be harder to erase on satin versus gloss? I mean, with a separate pillion its possible to only install the suction cups when needed but with a full seat the suction cups will be there all the time.

One other thing, on another forum a few years ago someone posted about having some damage done to their seat and bike when some unknown person lifted the back of the seat (maybe trying to steal it) and that damaged the front latching area and bent the seat bracket on the bike. I forget what bike it was, and I don't know if it was a locking seat or a latching seat. But I tucked-it-away in my mind so I don't make the same mistake one day.

Odds are nobody will ever touch the seat. But with suction cups on the paint full-time it seems a sure bet the paint will get marks that will be hard to erase. At least they are under the seat so nobody will see them if it does occur.
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