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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-23-2016, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
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Help me ID this seat

Trying to figure out what exactly I've got. RDW 92/61 0067. Also has 2304 molded into the pan. Please and thanks.
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Looks like a Sundowner touring seat to me.

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Not a bad looking seat, and sets low.
You'll be changing to hiem joints on your rod, if you expect to run traffic. Or carry bare copper wire to lash, theses ant like metrics
Check out SPD's older HDs
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Looks like a Sundowner touring seat to me.

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I was under the impression it is a deep-bucket Sundowner. But I don't really know. If it looks like one to you then it's one to me.
Really wish Harley would stamp part numbers onto seats instead of pan numbers. Thanks for the reply.

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Not a bad looking seat, and sets low.
You'll be changing to hiem joints on your rod, if you expect to run traffic. Or carry bare copper wire to lash, theses ant like metrics
Check out SPD's older HDs
Heim joints on my rod - shift rod? The linkage is how it was when I bought it. I thought it was a factory setup?

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It's a sundowner i have one just like it.
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Looks like a Sundowner touring seat to me.

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It's a sundowner i have one just like it.
Sundowner, i have one also.
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Heim joints on my rod - shift rod? The linkage is how it was when I bought it. I thought it was a factory setup?
It is. many will never be concern'd,
and likely and suddenly just wanta mention or it just poped out that many rider's replaced them.

They go unchecked mostly, ball socket wears, there's really no maintenance to em
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It is. many will never be concern'd,
and likely and suddenly just wanta mention or it just poped out that many rider's replaced them.

They go unchecked mostly, ball socket wears, there's really no maintenance to em
Alright then. Guess I'll add that to my to-do list. Thanks for looking out for me, sir.

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