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I pondered seat option for a long time and finally decided to go with SeatConcepts.
I was looking to improve comfort and change the look at the same time and SeatConcepts "Vintage Brown" option for the scrambler had the look I was going for and I new that their foam replacements were very good.

It arrived today and although weather up here means I wont be riding for a couple months I just had to install is ASAP.

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There's a couple of wrinkles on top from shipping but they're slowly smoothing out. Nothing a day in the sun wont fix.
 

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Perfect! Thanks so much for the pictures; did Seat Concepts provide that plastic sheet, or was that your idea? Thanks again.

Sarah
 

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Yes their website is a bit confusing and thin on info. They have only 2 scrambler seats pictured on their site. If you look at the picture for the vintage brown option it is the one I have but I emailed the company just to be sure.

They actually sent me the wrong one at first but it was quickly remedied.

I recommend you send an email with a copy of my picture and ask how best to order.
 

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Good job, curious to hear how it works. Fellow ON (GTA) scrambler here. Maybe we will get lucky and have an early spring.

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