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The Mustang Sport Touring Seat has a deeply-pocketed driver seat that is at the ideal cruising angle. Passenger sits comfortably in a bucket seat that utilizes Mustang’s unique internal steel support wings. Ih has a premium-quality expanded vinyl cover. Studded style has skirt with conchos, accent studs and a braid that extends below the edge of the seat. Vintage has a clean look with no studs or conchos. Removable contoured driver backrest pad measures 7" H x 11" W x 1.5" D. Backrest folds completely forward for ease of getting on motorcycle Rounded thumb screw adjusts backrest forward and back up to 2" while you are seated. Backrest easily snaps into four height positions. Made in the U.S.A.
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Poor Fit - Makes stock seat look good!
By Gerry a PA. Rider
from Western Pennsylviana
Comments about Mustang Sport Touring Seat with Driver Backrest:
After getting the seat for Kaw. Nomad 2007 I removed the stock seat and find the new Mustang is a poor fit. The seat has the wrong angle at the tank causing the seat to wrinkle. Looks bad and will not be good to sit on. Mustang's answer is to send it to them to cut and modify the seat. When spending $650 on a seat it should be correctly made and useable out of the box. Makes me wonder why not send one thats correct and I send this one back. Hummm
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Bad fit poor Quality
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