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    New seat turned up

    My Russell Day Long seat turned up today and I must say it’s awesome, it spreads the weight of my fat arse beautifully
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    It looks a bit weird but at the same time wonderful. I like it, can you provide a link to who you purchased it from?

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    That is one wide butt bucket!

    Do you have problems with pressure on the back of your thighs etc when putting your feat down when stopped?

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    I have not noticed so I assume no. Super comfy though

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    It don’t look right

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    Can't help but think that if you need a seat like that, you really should have just bought an RT.

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    Arse the size of a small country.....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spareparts View Post
    Can't help but think that if you need a seat like that, you really should have just bought an RT.
    Each to their own, the RT is a good bike, hell of a lump though, I wouldn't want one.

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    Hmmm. Sorry

    Wouldn’t look out of place on a disability scooter

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPJS View Post
    Each to their own, the RT is a good bike, hell of a lump though, I wouldn't want one.
    Neither would I. For sitting on the arse all day as that seat couch suggests, however, the RT would be great.

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    Doesn't matter what people think, if it help's you enjoy your bike more, in comfort, that's great.

    Thumbs up from me

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpm View Post
    They should have employed a better photographer.

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