Rick Mayer, Russell, etc take your stock seat and remake it into a better seat, which should explain the price. If you're happy with your stock, then your local guy adding foam to raise it should be fine. If you're not happy, now's a perfect time to upgrade.TrackAdaptor said:This was the Email from RMC - Way too much money:
There's several "seat builders" out there that would be happyTrackAdaptor said:Is there a manufacturer that would take my stock seat , modify it so I could get about 1" taller and little softer on the rear...
I found that to be true also...I actually believe the seat Rick sent me was a return because the left side was somewhat scuffed from (what appears to me) another rider mounting and dismounting. No problem, but I wasn't entirely happy and the seat needs modifications that I'd only have done by bringing it in to him. Just hate to drive from S.Dakota to California to have my seat modified! Definitely do the ride in. Also, I found Rick offers some specials when riding season winds down...might be worth your while to check his website from time to time.SilverBuffalo said:There's several "seat builders" out there that would be happy
to take (quite a bit) of your hard earned money.
If mail order is your only option,
my personal experience has been that there's a big difference (in quality)
between "ride-in" and "mail order" resulting in a
less than satisfactory product.
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