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Mustang Seats Freewheeler Seat

This seat was designed with Freewheeler riders specifically in mind. With Mustang’s marine-grade fiberglass pan and all-day-comfort foam supporting the rider in the ideal cruising posture, the seat features a front bucket drain hole, matching fully-adjustable driver backrest and built-in driver backrest receiver.

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This seat was designed with Freewheeler riders specifically in mind. The comfort level is second to none while the clean look and feel of the expanded vinyl cover and detailed automotive-inspired stitching has to be experienced first-hand. With Mustang’s marine-grade fiberglass pan and all-day-comfort foam supporting the rider in the ideal cruising posture, racking up the miles to Sturgis or wherever your road trips may take you are no problem. 

The seat features a front bucket drain hole, matching fully-adjustable driver backrest and built-in driver backrest receiver. In addition to the standard seating position, Mustang offers a “forward” version. The Forward Touring moves the rider 2″ forward on the motorcycle for easier steering. 

One-piece Vintage Touring with Driver Backrest for Harley-Davidson® FLRT Freewheeler™ — Part #79592

One-piece Vintage Forward Touring with Driver Backrest for Harley-Davidson® FLRT Freewheeler™ —  Part #79593

One-piece Vintage Touring for Harley-Davidson® FLRT Freewheeler™ — Part #79594

One-piece Vintage Touring with Passenger Backrest for Harley-Davidson® FLRT Freewheeler™ — Part #79595

One-piece Vintage Forward Touring for Harley-Davidson® FLRT Freewheeler™ — Part #79596

For more information: http://www.mustangseats.com/Product/79592/One-piece-Vintage-Touring-with-Driver-Backrest-for-Harley-Davidsonreg-FLRT-Freewheelertrade

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