Honda Cb 700 S Nighthawk Seat New Seat Cover on 2040-parts.com
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HERE IS A SEAT FOR A 1984-6 HONDA CB 700 S NIGHTHAWK . THIS SEAT HAS A NEW SEAT COVER THAT IS AS CLOSE TO FACTORY OEM ORIGINAL THAT YOU WILL FIND ANYWHERE HAS PIPING AND THE HONDA WHITE LOGO ON THE BACK HAS GREAT PADDING AND THE UNDERSIDE MOUNTING INCLUDED. I HAVE HAD A FEW OF THESE MADE FROM MY CUSTOM UPHOLSTER MAN I CAME TO KNOW. I WOULD NOT HESITATE PUTTING THIS SEAT ON A NEAR PERFECT NIGHTHAWK THIS WILL FIT ALL CB 700 S NIGHTHAWKS 1984-6 ALSO I DO COMBINE SHIPPING FOR MULTIPLE ORDER ITEMS CANADA SHIP ORDER S SLIGHTLY CHEAPER
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