News Paughco’s Chopper Seats | Custom Handcrafted

Paughco’s Chopper Seats | Custom Handcrafted

Fine Hides

Custom motorcycle enthusiast might appreciate Paughco’s new additions to their popular line of chopper seats. Designed for use with virtually any custom application the seats can also be easily fit to many factory style frames. Hand crafted from the finest hides and riveted to a beautifully finished chrome steel seat pan these awesome seats will provide the finishing touch to any scooter.

All seats shown feature a beautifully braided trim with custom embossed flame patterns, smooth finish or braided insert. Custom mounting hardware is included. All seats are manufactured to the highest standards for quality, materials and craftsmanship.

Paughco has been producing chopper components since the 1960’s and these are some of their finest seats to date. Motorcycle seat prices start at just $231.95. For all the details call 775-246-5738.


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