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Other Seating Parts for Harley-Davidson Dyna

The Harley-Davidson Dyna was introduced in 1991 as a replacement for the FXR Super Glide Chassis and was discontinued in 2017. Motorcycle seats take a lot of abuse from wear and tear, exposure to the elements, and strains. If yours needs replacing, there are many other seating parts for Harley-Davidson Dyna.

What are the saddle mounting types?

The OEM factory original saddle was developed to fit people of many different sizes and shapes. In addition, they are often made to be budget-friendly and they may wear out quickly. The Harley-Davidson Dyna used several different types of saddle mounting systems throughout the years. Many aftermarket choices are available for the Dyna. You will need to make certain to choose the appropriate one for your model year. Many are frame-mounted. On air-cooled bikes, there is usually a tab that slides into a slot on the frame. The rear bolts down using a quarter-inch 20 fastener. Some older bikes have a quarter-inch 20 nut that is welded to the fender. Newer models have a hole with a locating notch to assure proper alignment.

How do you choose a seat?

The factory design that comes with the bike is designed to fit as many different types of people as possible, but for you this may mean an uncomfortable ride. An improper fit can mean leg cramps, poor circulation, or back pain. This is the most critical piece of equipment to help you enjoy the ride and be able to ride for long periods of time. It is also important to consider the comfort of your passenger as well. Custom designs are available for riders with longer legs and for those who have shorter legs. Some are also available for those who need to move closer to the handlebars. They can vary in terms of their loft, weight, width, and materials. There are many choices, and it is worthwhile to shop around to find one that is just right for you and your passenger.

What do you consider when choosing a seat?

There are three major components that determine the quality of the seat. The pan is the most important foundation part. Most privately made pans are made of plastic, but some are made of steel. A plastic part can deform and lose support if it is not rigid enough. The foam is important because it determines the feel of the ride. Inferior foam that deforms quickly can leave you feeling sore after only a short ride. Hard foam is often preferred due to the long-term comfort that it provides. The cover is typically either marine-grade vinyl or leather. Marine-grade vinyl tends to hold up to the elements better and requires less maintenance than leather. The seat is the most important part of your ride, and getting the best quality means more enjoyment now and a longer-lasting product.

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