Motorcycle Types Cruiser Harley-Davidson Softail: C&C 2-Up Seat

Harley-Davidson Softail: C&C 2-Up Seat

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Harley-Davidson Softail Seat

C&C Motorcycle Seats has just introduced its new line of 1-Piece 2-Up Seats for Harley-Davidson’s popular Softail models 1984-99 and 2000-07 with 150mm rear tire.

Shown here is the C&C SportTour with an optional Removable Driver’s Backrest, with the front driver’s seat height lowered for better control of the Harley-Davidson Softail. An optional 9-inch high Passenger Pad is also available.

You can customize all CC Seats in a variety of available stitch patterns with your choice of thread color to accent paint or graphics. Along with the popular Vinyl fabric coverings available in Black, Colors and Textures, you can also customize with Exotic Hides including Alligator and Ostrich.

Your own special design embroidery can also be followed. For the Harley Softail, MSRP starts from $485.00 for Plain Vinyl; $520 for Vinyl with choice of 6-Stitch Patterns, or Plain Leather; and $565 for Leather with choice of 6-Stitch Patterns.

C&C Solo Saddles, Solo with Rear Pillion and Double Saddle Models are available in a variety of Fabric Types, Colors and Stitch Patterns with your choice of Thread Color to accent your paint or graphics.

Also available for the Harley Softail seat are two different Pillion Pad sizes. You can also customize the Seats with exotic hides including Alligator and Ostrich, or special design embroidery. C&C Motorcycle Seats offers custom seat designs for both Stock Replacement and Special Construction motorcycles.

They also provide Seat Repair and Re Upholstery in Vinyl and Leather for all motorcycle brands and applications. Visit their website for a complete look at their available fabrics, leathers and embroidery designs.

C&C Motorcycle Seats, 15146 Downey Ave., Paramount, CA 90723. Phone 866 775-2100 / 562 531-6185. CCSeats.com / CCSeats@SBCglobal.net

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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