Travelcade Road Sofa Seat w/o Backrest - H921J
- Part #: 454581
- Manufacturer Part #: H921J
- MSRP Price: $430.00
- Our Price: $365.50 *
*Oversize fee of $10.00 applies. (details)
Overview of Travelcade Road Sofa Seat w/o Backrest - H921J
- Split-cushion design separates lumbar support and seat cushions so they compress independently
- Reduce tail and hip bone pressure and the tendency to slide forward
- Front and rear SaddleGel increases comfort for driver and passenger
- Even more comfort provided by the centerline ergo channel
- Covered with waterproof and durable marine-grade vinyl
- Includes a passenger trunk cover.
Overall Length: 31-1/2 in.
Drivers Seat: Length: 17-1/2 in., Width: 15 in.
Drivers Lumbar Height: 8 in.
Passenger Seat: Length: 14 in., Width: 15 in.
Specs for Travelcade Road Sofa Seat w/o Backrest - H921J
Fitment for Travelcade Road Sofa Seat w/o Backrest - H921J
Part 454581 fits the following machines
|1984 Honda GL1200 Gold Wing|
|1986 Honda GL1200A Gold Wing Aspencade|
|1985 Honda GL1200A Gold Wing Aspencade|
|1984 Honda GL1200A Gold Wing Aspencade|
|1986 Honda GL1200I Gold Wing Interstate|
|1985 Honda GL1200I Gold Wing Interstate|
|1984 Honda GL1200I Gold Wing Interstate|
|1985 Honda GL1200L Gold Wing Limited Edition|
|1986 Honda GL1200SE-i Gold Wing Aspencade SE-I|
Reviews for Travelcade Road Sofa Seat w/o Backrest - H921J
Only took me 15 mim. to install . Use the old mounts and bolted right on . the seat sits a little higher that the old one . but what a different in the ride.I would recommend this item to a friend.
I replaced my OEM seat because my dog decided to eat it one day. Price of the Saddleman was similar to OEM and I liked the comments. Like others have said, it does sit a little higher, but being over 6' the added height makes the ride more comfortable when using the factory pegs. Now if we could just get Honda to put a little more space for my feet the bike would be perfect.I would recommend this item to a friend.
So far, so good
The seat was delivered on the day promised by the Dennis Kirk web site. I had to figure out how to get the old seat off and new one on (there's no instructions - It's a little tricky). New seat is stuffed more than original Goldwing seat, so the seat is no longer adjustable front-to-back. It used to only move about an inch forward and back anyway, so no loss there. I ordered the seat without backrest because I have the pivoting backrest bar mounted to the cycle frame. The old backrest barely fits now since new seat is thicker. I had to remove a couple of brackets from the old seat and attach them to the new seat, which was easy, since the new seat had the screw studs in already in place for them. I'm guessing you have to remove the staples from the old passenger backrest and re-staple the new cover on. I just put it over the old cover for now (it's too short to get away with that for long). I'll take a look at replacing the foam in there and putting the cover on correctly very soon. I used to be just able to put my feet down flat-footed but am a little bit tip-toed now (I'm 5'9"). I guess there is a little gel in the seat cover, but over-all the seat is very firm. I rode bike this morning for 2 hours in heavy rain and haven't decided yet if it's too firm. I can only compare it with the 26-yr. old seat that used to be on the bike which had very tired foam in it. The rear passenger seat is 3 inches wider than the original seat, which is good for older butts. The additional seat thickness (height) should help the passenger legs to be less cramped. I think the firmness will be a benefit on a long trip. I may still get sheepskin covers to soften it up a bit.I would recommend this item to a friend.
Instructions and Media for Travelcade Road Sofa Seat w/o Backrest - H921J
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