Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: The Redneck Riviera
"The Ball & Chain" and love the Corbin DualTour on the "Short Bus".
By nature of their seat pan, the Corbins seat about 1" lower than stock, Corbin can seat you farther back (how much depends if you want a backrest or not, I wont ride without a backrest) or farther forward than "stock" riding position...
I am always 2-up loaded on the "Short Bus", from your consideration of a Corbin solo seat, it sounds like you mostly ride solo, the general pattern of the rider's portion of Corbin Solo/Dual seats looks pretty much the same to me...
When touring the West in '13, we scheduled Corbin's ride in program, Corbin custom fits the seat, builds it, ride out with a true custom seat, mail your seat back to you. After 6-7 test rides of different configurations, we settled back to the "stock" Corbin set-up, with some foam added to the thigh area to keep me from wanting to slide forward (6'4" 34" inseam). You might want to consider doing that as Corbin is <700mi. from you? No upcharge, just have to pay CA sales tax.
Over the years, Corbin has changed the foam in their seats, requiring less to no break-in, ours was awesome from the first ride.
Or with your body type, Corbin could just move the "bucket" a little farther back to accommodate your longer arms, and shave the thigh area to accommodate your inseam.
If you're considering changing bars, I recommend doing so before you select a seat...
Another option is to try some seats with the HD dealer demo program, then transfer that info to Corbin when ordering a seat...
Did I mention how much we love our Corbin???
"I've read dozens of books about heros and crooks, and learned much from both of their styles"
'09 SERG 117/DD7 "THE SHORT BUS"