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Love mine. OEM on the Roadster wasn't as bad as some I've had, but the Sargent is better, for me. I've had several Sargents over the years on various bikes, have never been disappointed. I especially like the "central relief channel", which is a godsend for old geezers like me with BPH. The only bike in the past 15 years or so on which I haven't upgraded the seat was my '04 RT, which came with the OEM 'comfort' seat. Most of those upgrades have been Sargent. Wait for a sales promotion; there might be one on right now.
 

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Good. I just bought a used one on the RS forum before someone else decided to nail it. I have a trip to Utah coming up, so I’ll see how much it helps soon.
 

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Anyone have one? Opinions of it?
WAY better on my 2014. My OEM seat was a low seat that was only good for 100 miles at a time. Had Sargent built me one of there's to standard height. I can ride all day long now. It's the second Sargent I've owned, first was on an RT, and both were great.
 

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I had a Sargent on my r nine t but only found it to be a minor improvement. Worth it for multi day tours but only just.
 

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+3 on Sargent. Three out of four have worked well and been keepers for me. The only one that didn't was a used one that maybe had a heavy first owner and just kinda flattened out under me - not typical of their usual quality.

Cheers, Dave
 

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