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When we build your seat, it is hand crafted and tailored to your individual likes and needs.  We pay special attention to detail.  

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      Whether you sit in the front or the back, your seat should not bite you, make your back sore, nor make you shift forward.  Your personal space and width should accommodate your size. The driver should be able to be flat-footed.  Driver's having a backrest should not be cramped or not touching.   Riders come in all sizes.  Bar Enterprises makes certain that our seats accommodate the driver and the passenger.  When you arrive, you should be relaxed and feeling good.  




Dave W, Tulsa, OK

1999 Dyna WG FXDWG

with our Gunslinger done with a plain style cover

 and with our new updated Tribal design



     May 2003


          OK - here are the pic's. The before shot shows the Corbin seat and you can tell I am sitting just over the back of the battery box. With your seat, I am now just behind the box and in front of the shocks - more or less. As you can see, my plan was to clean up the bike (too cluttered with big lights, sissy bars and pad, side supports, etc). Can you spot the light changes?  Bars are a little more upright and I definitely sit back about 1.5 inches.

          Nice leg stretch for my 6'2" frame.  I haven't tried the seat out on any long distance rides yet but I plan on it.  It is narrower than the Corbin and much softer. 

          That may or may not equate to more comfortable on the long road. You can see the depth of the rider seat on the Corbin. The hard foam core on the Corbin,  now broken in, is the most comfortable seat I have had yet - compared to HD seats. I'll let you know how the new seat compares in comfort on the long ride.


     Dave W.(#4-255)


          Dave is a large frame guy.  He needed to get himself further back for comfort.  Also, He wanted more comfort than what was on his current seat.  Dave get back to us on the comfort of the Millennium Foam on your long rides, please?  Also, can you send another picture or two showing that new Tribal design on the Gunslinger on the bike?  Again, thanks for sharing your pictures and comments with us.


Patty G.





Amazing how removing so little gives such a custom look, Dave!





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