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Old 05-19-2019, 10:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Seat and 2" bar risers.

A couple of weeks ago, I sent my stock riders seat to Spencer at greatdaytoride.com to have him work on it, and this past week, I swapped out the 1" risers for 2" risers from LA Choppers. I finally got to go out for about 90 miles and test them out yesterday.
The seat is outstanding. Even though Spencer said it would take a few tanks of gas worth of riding to get the seat fully broken in, it felt worlds better than before. It is much easier on the butt and back. All of this is good news for me, as I love the look of just running the riders seat.
The bar risers are great. A little taller and a little closer and the top of the bar is directly between the speedometer and tach, allowing me to see both with minimal movement. Combined with the seat, my Warrior is much more comfortable to ride.

Cost of seat: $75 plus $25 shipping each way. Anyone not happy with their stock seat and looking for an economical way to get some relief, you should check out greatdaytoride.com
Cost of risers: $30. Worth every penny.
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Old 05-19-2019, 01:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That's great..
Post some pics of the seat.

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Yes, a pic or two, please.
Wanna see the shape of the seat in combo with riser/handlebar ..... thanks in advance, man

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Here are a couple of pics of the bars and seat. The seat shape is pretty much stock. If you check out the greatdaytoride.com website, you can read about his process.
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NICE, thank you !
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