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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-01-2016, 06:44 AM Thread Starter
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Dany Gray long haul 2xl airhawk

Let's try this again I guess saddleman is not as preferred that much. What are y'all opinion on th Danny Gray airhawk long haul 2xl.

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I have one and I'm not sold on it yet. The air bladder is ok but if you put just a bit of air in it then the front "bubble" of the three pushes up on the bottom of your thighs/start of your ass and hurts. All 3 divisions of the air bladder are connected so when my fat ass smashes the back 2 then it forces the air to the front thus causing the issue above. My wife isn't sold on it as well. Probably will be replacing it with a Mustang seat in the future.
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I had one on my 2012. I liked it although I didn't use the air bladder since I am rather....ummm...Plump. My wife used the air bladder and she liked it. What I liked about the sheet outside of the looks is that it was large enough to move around in, this was helpful on long trips.
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Less is Better

I bought the used DG Airhawk XL from HarleyArcher. I am 6'4 140 pounds. In my brief experience, I have noticed with this seat less is more. By that I mean, you want just enough air to create the air channel between you and the seat. Too much air, and it's like riding on an over inflated air mattress. Started with obviously full air compartments, and have been slowly letting air out until I finally get it where I want it. Getting really close to the optimal setting. It's 98 today, so I should get a good idea how much air flow I am getting on the ride home this afternoon.

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