Where to Purchase Your Harley Davidson Big Twin Seats

With such a wide variety of Harley-Davidson big twin seats available, once you have set your budget you will know which seats are available to you. For anywhere between $150 and $450, new seats are offered by a variety of online websites.

Deciding Which Model Will Fit

Most Harley-Davidson big twin seats are available for motorcycles manufactured between 1965 and 1984 with some available for motorcycles originating between 1958 and 1984.

Most the seats at the lower end of the price bracket are thin or standard seat options which are between 6 and 7 ½ inches. Within the next bracket, the seats vary between 9 and 12 inches. Once you reach the top of the range, there are 16 inch seats and a range of split positioned seats where the front is anywhere between 10 and 16 inches and the rear between 6 and 12 inches.

When you are upgrading your motorcycle with Harley-Davidson big twin seats, you will need to check if the model that you are considering will fit your stock passenger seat.

Installing Your Seat

Some models will be able to mount directly onto the frame. The good news here is that you will not need to drill holes to fix the seat
When deciding upon the final prices as you compare websites, consider the amount the company will charge for delivery and be sure to check out their returns policy if you make an error having ordered the wrong seat.

Whether you are searching for used Harley-Davidson parts, aftermarket parts or OEM (original manufacturers) parts, it is important that you purchase from a company that is dedicated to the task. You should seek a business that has operated for several years and is genuinely competitive on their price point.

They should be able to provide a long list of testimonials, offer an online service so you can guarantee the part is in stock before requesting and paying for it. Finally, purchase from a company that are enthusiasts and enjoy doing business with their customers. Comfort, of course, is the main decision for upgrading your seat.

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