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Randy in OH
This was the first time attempting this... My advice to anyone out there is to go buy a air stapler from hardware store. We bought an Arrow brand at Lowes for $40. Hand stapling is a pain. I stretched the seat as far as I felt comfortable and still wound up with a small bump towards the front. If I had it to do over again I'd probably heat the cover with a heat gun up before installing. I'll have to see if the bump wears in or not...Read All Reviews
Chad in Idaho
I know it says 2001 RM250, but it didn't give me the option for 99. I've read issues with fitment, but it bolted right up to my 99 RM250. I did have to drill out the mounting holes as I'm using larger bolts in my subframe due to previous bolt strip. I haven't ridden with it yet, but I'll update if I experience the hardness that others have compared to stock. It does seem firmer than my stock seat, but my stock seat is 16 years old and I'm sure the foam has seen better days.Read All Reviews
BRANDON in MI
I paid $60 for professional upholster to install it instead of doing it myself. In hindsight I should've just tryed after reading all these reviews. But cover holds up well after about 30 hours on it. No stretches, wrinkles, or rips. Color hasn't faded after being parked on dunes or on the truck for many hours.Read All Reviews