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I'm interested in trying an alternative to the beaded seat cover. I currently have my Alaska Sheepskin cover on the Wee seat and it's a bit more comfortable than the beads. I'm now considering a Butt Buffer pad, (www.buttbuffer.com).

Anybody have any experience with one of these? Good, bad or indifferent, let me hear about it.

If you have one, pics would be great. I'm not sure which size would work better on the Wee. The small or medium...
 

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Go ahead an buy it and let us know!:p
 

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I called on my 650 and they told me I could use a medium. I am 6' with 31 inseam with bonybutt syndrome:rolleyes:
 

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Are you going to get the purple crushed velvet or the black with fringe?:lol1:
Oh Horrors! Nothing but pink will do....:lol1:
 

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I called on my 650 and they told me I could use a medium. I am 6' with 31 inseam with bonybutt syndrome:rolleyes:
Well, did you get one?
 

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Be sure to let us know how it works out. Seems interesting but kind of expensive for what it is. If it really works good, it will be worth the cost!
 

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I think I'm going to spring for one, (two including the wifes pillion pad). She told me the other day she wanted to go for a weekender in October, in the NC mountains. Better get geared up...

Although it's tough to select a town to visit, I'm thinking the Brevard area. Lots of good roads in that area. Of course, you can't go wrong in the NC mountains anyway.......
 

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dude....CORBIN - best investment Ive ever made in my bike - ive ridden 500 mile days where my back was stiff and my shoulders hurt and my head was killing me...but my butt was happy :)
 
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