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Saddlemen Saddle Gel Pads can make any motorcycle seat into a SaddleGel seat when installed. These raw gel pads install quickly under the cover of your existing seat saving the cost of buying a new seat or increasing the height of an existing seat with a top pad. The amazing SaddleGel material can be cut or shaped to your individual needs. The pad can be inlaid into the existing foam (maintaining original seat height) or simply placed under the original covers of most seats.
MD - 9" LONG X 7½" REAR WIDTH X 5½" FRONT WIDTH. LG - 10" LONG X 12½" REAR WIDTH X 7½" FRONT WIDTH. XL - 12" LONG X 15" REAR WIDTH X 8" FRONT WIDTH
For my Bolt
Purchased it for my Yamaha Bolt. After about 100 miles or so, my back would really start to hurt. My legs would ache and I would have to pull over for a bit to continue. Installed this with the stock seat and much better. Lets you get more miles on the road and is a great alternative to purchasing a new (and expensive) seat.
December 18, 2014
Your balls will thank you
Please put something between me and this steel seat pan and this 35 year old cushion. I plead to your sense of humanity that you protect me and give me comfort from all this vibration from your 1979 Shovelhead motor. Why not try Saddlemen SaddleGel Pads?
Saddlemen SaddleGel Pads provides great support from vibration and monkey butt. It's super easy to install, just unstaple your upholstery, peel and stick gel on top of cushion, then stable upholstery back to seat pan. Easy!
November 10, 2014
way cheaper than buying a new seat.
My GF complains about the pillion seats lack of comfort on my SKrr. (I know, I know, "its a track bike", blah, blah)..but I cut a rectangle in the foam of the pillion seat and inserted this gel and viola...a super comfortable seat for her when she wants to join me on my torture device.
August 11, 2014
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Murray T:Just choose the size that fits the actual seating area. Better too big than too small you can always cut to shape. I got an old pair of cotton trousers that I didn't wear anymore and cut a section of one leg off that was about the same size as the pad. I then sewed 2 elastic straps from one side to the other at each end. I inserted the pad then sewed up the ends. the pad now sits on the seat with the straps around the seat to hold it in place. this cannot be seen because I also have a sheepskin seat cover so the pad sits under it. The pad works well and doesn't move at all. hope this helps.Oct 28, 2014
Matthew W:For my Suzuki Gladius, I bought the green pad, size XL. I brought it to an upholsterer and had him insert it under the existing seat vinyl. It makes a decent difference. If you buy a larger pad than the seat, the pad can always be cut to fit. That is better than buying too small of a pad and having an awkward ridge in the seat where the pad stops.Oct 29, 2014
Michael C:If looking for raw gel….Measure the area to be fitted. All seats are different in their dimensions. The gel can be trimmed to fit that area. Take the seat to a car upholstery shop for some advice and ask. They can be very helpful and some are very happy to help with the work usually pretty reasonable.Oct 28, 2014
Sarosh P:Yes I guess you can, but I doubt it will fit securely... I cut into the seat base and got it installed (as per this video I found , http://youtu.be/pvA4Hnt9qUM and it's been beautiful so far! Doesnt move around or anything, and long rides have become a breeze nowJul 14, 2014