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Mustang Wide Touring Two-piece Vintage Seat For 1997-2003 Honda Valkyrie on

US $409.95

Warminster, Pennsylvania, US

Warminster, Pennsylvania, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:30 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details:In order to return an item, you must contact us first to obtain an RA #. A 10% restocking fee plus our original shipping cost will be applied for all items being returned. Products must be in the new, un-used condition, and include the original box and/or packaging with all tags included. Once your return is received and inspected by Get Lowered, your refund will be processed and a credit will be applied to your original method of payment. You are responsible for all shipping costs associated with getting your order back to our warehouse with the carrier of your choice. All shipments must be made prepaid; packages shipped COD will be rejected. No returns or exchanges on electrical items. Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Mustang Manufacturer Part Number:75972

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Wide Touring Two-Piece Vintage Seat - Honda Valkyrie & Interstate, No Studs, No Conchos

This item fits:
Honda Valkyrie - 1997 to 2003
Honda Valkyrie Interstate - 1999 to 2001

Mustang‘s deeply pocketed driver seat is a full 17” wide and sits you at the ideal cruising angle. The driver’s back is well supported by the nose of the passenger seat that extends forward to create a full 8” backrest. The passenger sits comfortably in a 14” wide bucket that utilizes Mustang’s unique internal steel support wings. Both the solo and rear seat are built on marine-grade fiberglass baseplates, complete with chrome mounting hardware. All styles feature braided edge trim.


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