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:D Yes my Clearveiw XXL wind sreen came in this week. I wanted to openly thank Paul Jo, for showing me how to replace my old screen last year at Scootercade. Also Silverburgie for he's monuting pic's in the gallery of the Givii topcase. They both went on with ease. And I'm not to good with tools. Greengoose,my Corbin seat will be comeing in a couple of weeks. I'm going to put it on myself. You guys are saveing me mega bucks. What a great form. Thank you all. :D
 

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Glad to hear the mods are going smoothly. You'll be writing your own How To's in the near future. :)
 

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Like Alwalk said "Glad to hear the mods are going smoothly" sound like your well on your way to fixing up
your ride your way ! Most of us get a lot of satisfaction in doing it our self's and save some bucks too.
And it's all the more fun when your starting out and find you can do it also.. 8)
 

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Randy said:
Like Alwalk said "Glad to hear the mods are going smoothly" sound like your well on your way to fixing up
your ride your way ! Most of us get a lot of satisfaction in doing it our self's and save some bucks too.
And it's all the more fun when your starting out and find you can do it also.. 8)
Randy I can tell you that the bucks I saved were secoundary to the satisfaction & pride of doing myself. Allwak I'm better at takeing instruction than giveing instructions. I wouldn't what lead someone in the wrong direction. You know what the good book says about that. The blind leading the blind. :D
 

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:D Yes my Clearveiw XXL wind sreen came in this week. I wanted to openly thank Paul Jo, for showing me how to replace my old screen last year at Scootercade. Also Silverburgie for he's monuting pic's in the gallery of the Givii topcase. They both went on with ease. And I'm not to good with tools. Greengoose,my Corbin seat will be comeing in a couple of weeks. I'm going to put it on myself. You guys are saveing me mega bucks. What a great form. Thank you all. :D
My Corbin came in tonight, however I'm to tired to install tonight. I'll proberley put it off till Saturday. I'll let you all know how it comes out.
 

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:D The corbin is on the scoot. I took a ride over the weekend. My wife & I rode up into Missouri. About 100 south of Kansas City. We then took a westren route on 54 Hi-way,over on the Kansas side. And caught 69 south & rode on down into Oklahoma. Then back to Arkansas. My wife Has extra padding on her behind. And she has always been able to out ride me without hurting her tush. :D Well when we was around 300 miles into are ride she said O.K. I admit it my tush is killing me. :lol: We done allmost 400 miles that day. What a pleasurer to ride and my butt dosen't hurt. 8) I know the Corbin is expensive at $500.00, but it's well worth it. Not to hurt during and after the ride. I'll post up some pic's as soon as I can. To show Big Burg off. :D Thanks again for all your help and to everyone on this site.You guys save me a bundle of money. On installation cost alone. 8)
 

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Well heck Doug, it is only another few hours from KC to Omaha! You should have just kept riding and stopped in to say "Hi". I mean what is a 1000 mile round trip when you've got a Corbin seat? Piece of cake!

Just kidding of course. Glad you like the seat!
 

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:D Two reasons, I didn't come on up Paul. First I had to work the next day. And most of all, Margaret would have wanted to kill me, and take my Corbin away from me. :lol: We are planning a trip up that a way, sometime before summers end. Do you have a nice soft recliner for moma's sore tush? :bootyshake: :lol:
 
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