Sargent Seat Upgrade

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  1. JBzRed07

    JBzRed07 New Member

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    Me either but waiting for their slow period in the fall. Much too busy right now..........
     
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    Hope it's better quality than my Corbin. Barely 2 years later, it's wearing faster than any stock seat I ever owned.
    Disappointing considering the price (here).
     
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    i have a Corbin on my '83 and really don't like the change in ergos..pushed me further forward and locks you into one position...glad that the stock seat on this one doesn't bother me
     
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    derstuka Lord of the Wankers Staff Member

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    I guess I have a boney :ass:, as a Corbin seat feels like a vinyl covered cinderblock to me.....very uncomfortable. Plus, IMO, their customer service is severely lacking. My sensitive :ass: prefers Sargent....when I am not standing on my seat that is....
     
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    I had a Sargent on my 6th Gen and loved that saddle.
    It's a shame about Corbin. The saddles they made for the 6th Gen were good looking.
    The two things I want next are new aftermarket clutch/brake levers, then for Sargent to recover this stock saddle.
     
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    Well I hated the stock seat and the Corbin agrees with my ass but the quality is just pathetic after only two years. I would have gone for a Sargent overhaul if I knew and could have missed the seat.

    Pray tell, rider from the great state of LA, the home of my favorite GP rider ever, you looking at Pazzo levers? I was always very happy with them - no oxidation for a start - so have been looking at them too.
    I had Performance Technology foldable levers before but with no brake updates to match I think that's going a little overboard for me personally.

    Maybe start a separate thread on that topic?
     
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    I love my sargent
     
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