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New Seat Options for XR600

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Howdy folks:

Searched this site before asking but I can't locate any options.

Looking for a new seat for an 93' XR600R.

Who has them? Looking for contact info via phone or Web.

I checked with IMS but they only carry the XR650 and other models.

It can't be that difficult...can it!!!???!!! :cry:

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The XR650L seat might work on the XR600. If you are in near by in So Cal. I have a stock and a corbin for a XR650L you can try. I am not selling them but it will let you know if it works and how it feels. Corbin should have a seat and be able to tell you if they are the same.

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If you already have the seat base then there a whole lot of places that will sell you new foam and seat covers for your 600R. Try here http://www.bajadesigns.com/ The have both the foam and covers for your bike. If you need the base too look on Ebay since whole seats come up all the time for your bike.

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Roll_it_on:

I think you are correct. I could just recover the pan I have.

Still - it would be nice if a full seat was sold. Does anyone out there sell them?

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I bought new foam and a gripper cover from www.denniskirk.com The part #'s are 450984 for the cover and 45341 for the foam. They have both in stock, I just looked. Just enter the part #'s in the general search at the top right of the home page. I paid a local upholstery guy $30 to put it all together and it took about 30 min. start to finish and it was well worth it since he has the right tools for the job and I wouldn't try recovering my furniture myself so I'm damn sure not going to try it on my bike. I've ridden hard for 6 months and it's holding up great. Good luck, Walt

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