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I recently purchased a 2013 K1300S & it came with a Corbin saddle. It's a bit old & worn but otherwise in pretty good shape. The back rest was rusted into the saddle so, I had to remove it with a dremel tool. It can still be used with a little ingenuity & desire. However, the leather is still in pretty good shape, no tears or rips. I rode on it for a couple of months & it was classic Corbin style.... comfortable but firm & craddles your backside for the long haul. I eventually snagged a used OEM saddle which allowed me to hang-off better in the curves. Anyone familiar with these saddles know how expensive they are but I'm only asking for $200 OBO. I can send more pictures upon request. Thank You
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Hello... I have a 2014 K1300s with a OEM saddle. The saddle shape continuously causes me to uncomfortably slide forward into the tank. Have you noticed this with your new seat and if so, did you notice the Corbin exhibit the same tendency? Thanks
 

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Hello... I have a 2014 K1300s with a OEM saddle. The saddle shape continuously causes me to uncomfortably slide forward into the tank. Have you noticed this with your new seat and if so, did you notice the Corbin exhibit the same tendency? Thanks
Hi mgcanuk.. Personally, I like the OEM saddle because it allows me to hang off better, however, The Corbin saddle is definitely better for longer rides. And I saw you offer & I accept... Thanks
 
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