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    Senior Member Stromper's Avatar
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    You relate tales of long distance rides



    Curious what seat do you use?

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    Stock for the first 30,000 miles. Then one Walmart seat pad. Then added another Walmart seat pad.




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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    Stock for the first 30,000 miles. Then one Walmart seat pad. Then added another Walmart seat pad.


    Ahhh, insight into the Qwerty outlook.



    Ton of miles on a brick seat and dumb/redundant questions, wala!



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    I expected a reply involving an old go kart inner tube!

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    Well, whatever works for you is good for you, I guess.



    There are techniques that can be used to survive the TW seat. Even though it pretty much sucks, it's design is much better for long rides than some of the new seats that are shaped like a sway-back horse and force a single seating position and padded like a fat woman's belly.




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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    Well, whatever works for you is good for you, I guess.



    There are techniques that can be used to survive the TW seat. Even though it pretty much sucks, it's design is much better for long rides than some of the new seats that are shaped like a sway-back horse and force a single seating position and padded like a fat woman's belly.
    Stearns works for me, qwerty's anologies serve to think, as well as exercise your mental capability to visualize(Probably a fat man's belly would have been better, then you have isues, so he could have said padded like a recycled jellyfish.) Gotta love this guy. He may not be the person for sensitive types, but has provided many a knowledgable input. Sorry to see a negative on his post. Just saying and negged that minus. Playing it foward as a member of this forum saw it fit for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleetwood View Post
    Stearns works for me, qwerty's anologies serve to think, as well as exercise your mental capability to visualize. Gotta love this guy. He may not be the social correct kind of person for sensitive types, but has provided many a knowledgable input. Sorry to see a negative on his post. Just saying and negged that minus.

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    The forum has served me well. Including our specialists who are the best. Back to issue, the Stearns seat a cheap remendy to the discomfort.

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