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CORBIN SEAT INSTALL.........I DID IT MYSELF........................

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 How many seats does Corbin Pacific manufacture for the Harley-Davidson Dyna-Glide? A bunch. Pictured here is the new Gunfighter saddle which looks might fine and is comfortable to boot! When I first saw the recently reintroduced Gunfighter, I thought to myself “that seat looks way to good to be comfortable.” I was wrong, way wrong. After installing the Gunfighter, I took a 150 mile ride through the Black Hills, and forgot I had even changed the seat. It is comfortable in spades. How easy does it install? See for yourself. It’s a bolt-on deal….taking about twenty minutes,  if you are at least a little bit mechanically minded….if you’re a blonde..it may take years. Watch me install the Gunfighter on my 2010 Harley-Davidson Dyna Glide Super Glide 2010 was the last year of the Super Glide…..and my favorite year and model HD…so far.



Remove the stock seat.....


Remove the seat bung then pop the plastic rear fender hole cover out and move it to front hole where the seat bung came out.

Install the seat bung in the rear fender hole that the plastic cover was removed from.

Mount the Gunfighter, adjusting the rear seat mount tab as needed for a tight fit.

Top view is the Dyna Glide with the stock seat. Lower view is the Dyna Glide with the Gunfighter installed.

 Wanna see more? Take a trip to www.Corbin.com

Corbin Saddles
1433 North US HWY 1 Ormond Beach, FL 32174


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