Thanks for this link. I will definitely be looking into his work.
I guess the definition of steep is a matter of opinion. I've had my Corbin seat almost a month now, and the increase in comfort I've gotten from it would be a bargain at twice its price. I could never go back.Does anyone know of any mods or aftemarket seats that will make the seating more comfortable. Anyone have the Corbin seat? Its steep, but it looks pretty comfortable.
That's interesting, I'd be interested to see which seats you got. Hey, if it works it works!I ordered a set of seats from japan off ebay for about 65$ with a slight amout of modding I got them to fit. Mainly ovaling out the hole for the seat mounts and they are a whole lot more comfy then the stock ones.
He does a lot of seats. Drop him a line and ask if he's done any Rebels and can give you references specific to them. Nothing beats talking to someone who's had it done. That said, I,ve heard a few folks say they liked their stock seat as well as a Corbin. Everyone's rear end needs are different!Has anybody had a Rebel seat modified by the person at "GreatDayTO Ride.com"? I believe flitecontrol mentioned someone had a Vulcan seat modified, but has anyone had a stock Rebel seat modified? Prices seem to be very good but I haven't heard of any Rebel riders having there seats modified here.
I've heard they do good work on Rebel's. Go visit thier website, shoot them an email http://greatdaytoride.comWhat makes and models do you work on: Just about any stock seat can be improved. If you can describe your problem areas, together we can form a plan to make the seat right for you.
As for the foot pegs on the Rebel, at 5'8" I like them just where they are & might find the pegs on other bikes a little too forward.