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Hello to everyone from me and Bob,

Bob has been with me for 2 months now and we are firm friends

1st service done

Bob is gleaming in black livery, with a newly fitted brown quilted seat to give him a little more style

We are off out for Sunday pub lunch tomorrow, which is reportedly going to be a fine and sunny day here in the UK, then a blast home to the Fens for tea.

Will post more pictures as time goes by

Fenland Bob :smile2:
 

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Welcome Fenland Bob! It is amazing how much difference that seat makes. All of the seats look so good, hard to choose...
 

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Hey Bob, how do you like that seat?
I have one and didn't like the hard feel in my tuch, switched back to the stock unit. The brown quilted seat does look good but comfort is prime for me.

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Hey Chico, the quilted seat has a different profile to the stock and when I first fitted it (in the fully forward position) I didn’t like it but then I tried moving it back, wow what a difference a couple of inches makes!!! Now it’s just as comfy as stock if not more so and it looks so much cooler :) If you’ve still got it don’t despair have a play around with it’s position it might help?
 

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I have the seat as far forward as it'll go - am not too tall
It is more comfortable for me than the original seat, I suppose it's case of trial and error till you get the seat position just right.
Spent yesterday out on the Bobber and had a grin like a loon for most of it, I am head over heels for this bike, have had Harley's in the past that I wished would do what this thing does.
Photo of Bob and his twin brother at the pub :smile2:
 

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