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    Talking Cee Bailey F650/800GS new products

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    I picked up my bike at Cee Bailey today. They installed the Dome Cut wind shield, Leather saddle with electric heater, and head light guards. I am so happy with what they did. The saddle is exceptional. very comfortable while providing plenty of support.

    The stock BMW saddle and wind shild were very uncomfortable for me to ride for any distance at freeway speed. The Cee Bailey products have made the F650GS into a bike I can ride all day in comfort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave92029 View Post
    http://photos-by-dave-mishalof.smugm...00948253_2Jwu3

    I picked up my bike at Cee Bailey today. They installed the Dome Cut wind shield, Leather saddle with electric heater, and head light guards. I am so happy with what they did. The saddle is exceptional. very comfortable while providing plenty of support.

    The stock BMW saddle and wind shild were very uncomfortable for me to ride for any distance at freeway speed. The Cee Bailey products have made the F650GS into a bike I can ride all day in comfort.
    Dave:

    Seat looks really nice! Do they rebuild it on top of the stock seat pan?
    I guess that is considered a "dual" seat right?

    Thanks,
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbob59 View Post
    Dave:

    Seat looks really nice! Do they rebuild it on top of the stock seat pan?
    I guess that is considered a "dual" seat right?

    Thanks,
    Jim
    Yes, Cee Bailey uses the stock seat pan to rebuild the seat. This way the seat fits the bike just like the oem saddle. The seat I have would be considered a dual seat.
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    thanks Dave!

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    My Cee Bailey Vario bag liners arrived Friday. They are the same as their R1200GS Vario liners.

    Fred
    Last edited by FredRydr; 10-28-2008 at 12:10 AM. Reason: for clarity's sake

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