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Old 09-10-2012, 10:32 AM   #22
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Location: Grand Junction, CO
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Originally Posted by Beezer View Post
you'll notice in each of the pix above that there is a wrinkle in the fabric in the narrow flat near the tip. the one in mine was way bigger... a really poor fit. it works ok, but not that great. just sayin'
That is an installation problem, not a fitment problem. You could, and many do, find that same problem installing the stock cover. I bet you could get rid of the wrinkles without removing the seat cover. Or a decent upholstry shop could take care of it in minutes for a couple bucks.

I love mine and plan on getting another for the bike I am racing the B1K on. I think my butt will appreciate it!
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