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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-31-2019, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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Bling bling its a sticky thing...

Some more sticky bling, this time for tank..
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If necessity is the mother of inventions, then laziness is the baby daddy. A.A.
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I gots some sticky bling going on....


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Yea did the swing arm .. and too the forks...
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I gots some sticky bling going on....


Yea I was going back in forth about my placement of the tank stickers I like the way you did it too, butting them right against the colors. But in the end I ended up leaving a gap and ended up with funky abstract “X” in white

And then there’s my camel on my fork guards, kinda wish it was blue like my leather... I do have a matching Dakar one tho.
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Some more sticky bling, this time for tank..
Is that the Corbin Low seat?
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Is that the Corbin Low seat?
Yes pics here: https://www.africatwinforum.com/forum/304389-post1.html
Love the seat, but I will say even tho I did get the low version my feet are not really touching that much more than the OEM stock seat in low position, because the seat is wider than the stock and causes you legs to be spread more so you have a bit less reach with your legs. I also have the factory low seat - road on it for exactly 23miles it came off and has been sitting in my garage ever since.... The factory low seat is the MOST uncomfortable seat I ever felt on a bike before, I put it on at the dealer (23 miles away) and I think I had to ride the last 3 miles before home standing.

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