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That corbin looks good but as another poster listed, our model isnt listed on their site yet. I wonder how much for them to make another one?
Seth Laam can make a great Guzzi seat.http://www.laamseats.com/
At 6'2 and also a 34" inseam, I have the stock seat and a gel pad which may add 1/2 and inch or less and its fine. I think watching videos are fine but use your best judgment once you ride the bike. I had an Indian FTR1200 and was extremely cramped, the V85tt stock seat is fine. If I could find a sargent/corbin/rdl I may try it out of curiosity.I rode my prior v85tt about 11k in 1 yr and had riding concerns, peg scraping or other issues as listedRide and enjoy it and also the minimal maintainence it requires!
Wheels are cleaned and double sealed with marine sealant and 3M tape. yes, I waited for th sealant to fully cure before taping. Waiting for the correct valve stems to arrive - damn 8mm rim holes. Will spoon on the Pirellis once they arrive and see if it holds air.
One of the few disappointments with the 2020 year V85TT has been the tube rims. No more for me. Cadre had an extra set of tubeless original rims, so I just picked them up with new Michelins on 'em and will start the season with a plug kit, fresh rubber and a lot less concern when far from home. it was an easy choice once I decided that the V100 was not in the cards for me, at least this year.
I have a 2020 V 85. Sealed the rims prior to a long ride out west. On the last day of a 2700 mile ride, the rear failed, fortunately close to our end point. As soon as the tubeless became available I bought a set through Cadre. I know many folks have sealed their rims with good results but I always knew as soon as the tubeless were available I would do the switch. Great peace of mind and worth every penny.
Its taken me several days but I have read my way through the entire thread to this point.There has been so much good information I don't have any questions at this point.The enthusiasm of the owners here is pretty special. I am wavering about taking a test ride partly due to a long distance and only a 5-8 minute ride.More so because for me, going to look at a new bike is like going to look at a new puppy.Very hard to come home without one. But it means one of the other loved "dogs" in the garage would have to go.At least that is what the wife says.Chuck
Has anybody got any time on a shock factory M shock? They have one with a height adjuster that can drop the rear by as much as an inch. That would let me put the rubbers back under the seat to relieve the old knees and get me a bit closer to a safer feet down height. It should improve the ride a bit too.
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