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    Thumbs up About the Pak-Meister seat Solution...


    Got the Pak-Meister seat this week and put it together for my BMW R1200 GS.
    I needed a saddle solution-- badly-- and have also been on a tight budget
    lately. Enter the Pak-Meister! I can't remember how I found it *(could not
    find reviews on any forum...) but wow-- I am really glad I did. Everyone
    knows BMW engineers absolutely awesome, strong, elegant, etc bikes-- in all
    ways remarkable machines except, perhaps for seats. Let me say I have been
    riding 35 years, and my skinny, boney butt has never found any OEM seat *any
    good, really. Anyway, 20M miles on my original 1200 seat was enough for me.
    Monkey butt? I had gorilla butt, and pretty jammed up in lower frontal
    crotch area as well-- ouch!

    Had 2 hours on the Pak-Meister saddle yesterday and 4 today-- totally cool,
    pain free, and I feel I could actually visit with my girlfriend tonite. For
    a very modest price (under $250) this company has come up with a GREAT
    seating solution. You install it yourself on the OEM *seat-pan, you do it
    carefully but you do it yourself-- and you can save $300-400-500 bucks over
    an alternative altogether new saddle. This is about an elegant solution of a
    painful problem-- at a very reasonable cost. This company, in my opinion, is
    doing a real service to my motorcycling brethren. Ergonomics of this seat
    are excellent, it solved my problem, and kept my budget intact...

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    The web-site does not list one for my model [Roadster] but since I live very close to them, I'll call and ask. Maybe take my spare pan & see if the GS foam would fit.

    My stock seat isn't 'horrible' but, isn't comfortable either.

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