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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Dec 2nd, 2009, 11:09 pm Thread Starter
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Hydro-Turf Seat Covers

Has anyone used the Hydro-Turf seat cover. It is pre cut to fit BMW model of your choice or many other bikes see at www.hydroturf.com

If you have one, how does it fit, look and feel?

My stock seat cover is all cracked.

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At first I thought of the green plastic grass stuff, then I went to the web site - that looks like the SHAM WOW towels.

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If the foam is fairly good, you can send the seat to Sargent to be re-covered and get Atomic Foam in the front for under $200.00. The turn-around time is 1 week right now.
My Triumph seat is on the way back now.
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Got my seat covered localy and added some memory foam. much better ride now. The OEM seat was feeling like a brick.
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This is the new seat
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that looks really sick. the seat looks much better and blends with the bike perfectly. nice work.

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