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Old 09-29-2013, 02:01 AM
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Before and after. This was one of the worst seats I have seen. The bottom was completely gone being out in the nice warm desert heat and sun.
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looks great!! im going to have one with a really blown out bottom, im going to need to get done my self.
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looks great!! im going to have one with a really blown out bottom, im going to need to get done my self.
Sounds like a real project.
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a little clean up and getting one thing done really makes you feel like doing more.
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There ain't nothing like the feel of the S&S seat from 65-70. Not like the wallowed down feeling you'd get in a MM or Superior. S&S made their own seats (thru 1970) and you sat high and firm. BTW the shot showing the wiper housing answered a question I had lingering.
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