Sheepskin buttpad discount

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

  1. bajarider

    bajarider Been here awhile

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    I got one question , the skin its full cover all the seat area, I mean with the pillion or passenger area.

    In other way, I see a big group of canucks here from the Rocky Bows BMW Riders, Calgary Canada and the same day two riders in the oposite way, there is a lot of activity in this area in this time of the year, I hope you have a good ride.

    Thanks in advance.:thumb
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  2. BARB

    BARB Long timer

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    No, I make them for individual seats. That way if you ride in the rain solo, the pillion area doesn't soak water. I do a couple full seat covers for some bikes. I missed the Canucks by a couple days I think. I went through Tecate instead of Mexicali. Barb
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  3. bajarider

    bajarider Been here awhile

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  4. Sheriff Sarah

    Sheriff Sarah Keep'em in line...

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    I got my "twilight" pad for my R1100R yesterday. It looks and feels awesome!!! Big thanks Barb!!
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  5. BARB

    BARB Long timer

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    Thanks Sarah, it is a fluffy one. Barb
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  6. geosar

    geosar n00b

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    Barb, Thank you for the personal service on the phone. I am looking foward to my new seat.

    George

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  7. txrider

    txrider Been here awhile

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    Did a 3700 mile run on one of these last year on my harley along with a the rest of the seasons riding, use it on my FZ-1 and KTM as well. Excellent pad to sit on.

    Good stuff, I think I've sold a dozen to friends with recommendations.

    Lost my strap over the winter though. :(

    Fortunately I don't need it for the thumper but I will for the FZ in a few months.
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  8. BARB

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    Call me I'll send you a strap. Barb
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  9. wibby

    wibby BrotherFromAnotherMother

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    Just ordered one for my DR650

    Yippee! :freaky
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  10. BARB

    BARB Long timer

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    Thanks for all the orders. If my shopping cart declines your card just call me. It's been a little cranky lately. Thanks, Barb
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  11. Oly

    Oly Deadlines whooshing by

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    Barb,
    OK, I have boxed up my pad for shipping to get the updated elastic, then I remembered you being on a road trip to Mexico. Can I send it up now? My bike is out of service for a bit (fuel tank issue) so I think I can part with it for a while without suffering intense withdrawl symptoms.
    This is the right addy? 2905 Arctic Blvd, Anchorage, Alaska 99503
    Thanx
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  12. BARB

    BARB Long timer

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    Address is correct, mail up and we'll turn around overnight. Thanks, Barb
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  13. wibby

    wibby BrotherFromAnotherMother

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    WoW! Quick shipping !!

    Recieved it yesturday, can't wait to try it out! :thumb
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  14. AnnieGS

    AnnieGS Namasté, bitches!

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    Got mine today -- thanks for the upgrade, Barb! :thumb

    --Annie
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  15. wibby

    wibby BrotherFromAnotherMother

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    Got to ride a little this weekend

    Really comfy so far :thumb

    I also like how it raised me up in the saddle some, since the DR is a little short and I am not

    Still need to do some adjusting to get it to fit just right, it keeps riding up towards the tank

    [​IMG] :thumb
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  16. BARB

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    Adjust the rear strap as tight as you can. The one on my DR didn't move at all, but my seat is wider than stock. Call me if it gives you any trouble. Thanks, Barb
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  17. Oly

    Oly Deadlines whooshing by

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    Thanks Barb for the new improved elastic and quick turnaround. A very nice piece just got better.

    [​IMG]
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  18. rokklym

    rokklym one man wolfpack

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    Does the discount still apply, or was that just a January thing?
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  19. BARB

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    It still applies. Just be sure there is no space between dead and sheep. Thanks, Barb
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  20. geckosan

    geckosan Lost but okay with it!

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    Barb, I'm getting ready to order some buttpads for my 1150 GS & 650 GS Dakar and had a question on the passenger pad- I know I am going to have to order one for each front seat, but is there a way that I could order just one for the passenger to switch between the two bikes, since I don't always have one? Any advice would help.