Sheepskin buttpad discount

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by BARB, Jan 25, 2005.

  1. BARB

    BARB Long timer

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    Just got a shopping cart working on my website www.alaskaleather.com Advriders get a 10% discount if you key in the word "deadsheep" in the coupon line on the order form (without the quotation marks, of course)
    Help me pay the light bill for January and give your buttbones a break this riding season. Thanks! Barb
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  2. hondav2

    hondav2 Kiwi Fukengruver

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    Are the sheep skins from N.Z. Barb. I will have 2 check them out. Cheers Toddy
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  3. KL5A

    KL5A Bugs are the new black

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    How about walkins?
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  4. BARB

    BARB Long timer

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    Only if you ride in. The sheep is from Christchurch but don't tell anyone. Barb
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  5. Bruce Caldwell

    Bruce Caldwell Long timer

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    I bought one of Barbs "buttpads" a few months ago for my GS. I just strap it on my Sargent seat for a trip & i'm good to go! I prefer it to a $200 airhawk cushion.
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  6. ridetwistyroads

    ridetwistyroads tailwind please

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    Barb's got an awesome product. :thumb Personally a 'must have' for anything more then a 100 mile day. :nod

    Ships without incidet and the pad fits like it's custom. Most execelent. :freaky
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  7. westnash

    westnash Long timer

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    Yep I have bought a couple too,,,great value,,,,,,,BUT is Barb a BABE????
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  8. Lomax

    Lomax Nanu-Nanu Adventurer

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    This is good quality stuff and it just WORKS. I have a couple of them and love em!

    Ride Safe
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  9. Queen

    Queen Long timer

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    Just ordered one, thanks for the discount Barb. :thumb BTW will the large work OK on my Bonneville too??
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  10. BARB

    BARB Long timer

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    Yes, it will work on both bikes. I'll throw in an extra strap for the Bonneville. Thanks, Barb
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  11. Queen

    Queen Long timer

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    Onya Barb :thumb
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  12. Techfiend

    Techfiend High Priest of Duh

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    Bought one last summer, worth every penny. IMO no discount is needed for these things, it is as comfy today as it was the first day I had it. After 4000 miles it still looks brand new, fluffy and soft, no discoloration.

    I have a black "dual-sport" on my GS Adv, and it changes the seat from "OW MY ASS" to "Comfy fluffy".

    Bonus you may not realize: If you ride at ALL in the winter, the seatpad keeps the wind from chilling out yer buns. In the summer it allows a bit of insulation between you and that vinyl = happy rear end.

    Seriously cannot recommend this enough. Any bike I ever have in the future will have one strapped on. :thumb
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  13. Tictock

    Tictock Been here awhile

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    Just placed order. Keep the lights burning up there.
    Jerry
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  14. vintagemxr

    vintagemxr old fahrt, nobody special

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    Got a Buttpad for my Aprilia Caponord awhile back and love it. Just ordered up one for my Kawasaki 1600. Thanks, Barb!

    :thumb
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  15. arroyoshark

    arroyoshark Needing some space

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    Barb-do you have a one piece application for a complete KTM 950 seat, so rider and passenger are covered...basically a full seat length cover? Is it possible to place piece of thinsolate under the pad?

    Idea of pricing? (you can PM me with this info if you prefer)

    Thanks.
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  16. r_crabb

    r_crabb Been here awhile

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    I bought a cow-patterned one a couple of years ago. Any advice on washing? Is it possible?
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  17. Queen

    Queen Long timer

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    Check out the link to her website, she gives complete washing instructions there. :thumb
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  18. BARB

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    Call me before you wash the cow, there are a few tricks to washing cow. Toll free 877-562-2324. Barb
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  19. BARB

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    Yes, since I do a one piece for the GS Adventure model, I might as well do the KTM too. Why do you want thinsulate? If I can find a KTM locally to lend me his seat for a few minutes or if you want to draw a template of the surface, I'll figure a pattern out. Price will be fair. Call me toll free 877-562-2324, Thanks, Barb
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  20. Mike Butt

    Mike Butt Agent Provocateur

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    Hey Barb, what size should I order for a bigass Corbin on a 1150GS? :ear
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