Rebal Products Step Seat Kit

Rebal Products Step Seat Kit
Rebal Products Step Seat Kit

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plazthespaz Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Cookeville, TN

The glue on the bottom of the step seat works well and it is easy to cut to make fit. Ktm 2008 200 xc

Don't bother

Foam is very soft. It flattened out after one ride. I am going to return this product. Seriously, don't waste your money.

Brunswick, OH
Not worth it

Got this for Christmas and it is very soft and you can't even tell its there. And It looks sloppy on you seat bc it rounds on the edges and looks bad. Better off making your own with a bar pad

moto75 Top 25 Contributor
Cahttanooga tenn.
Great seat.

I've installed this on 3 of my bikes and i absolutely love it. works great keeps you in the middle of the bike and helps cornering .

Step Seat

Great product. Kinda have to put something heavy infront of the seat to give it shape, but overall good product.

Indianapolis, IN
Would not buy again

I knew almost from the minute I took it out of the package that this product wouldn't live up to my expectations.

The foam is a fairly low density. After being installed for a couple weeks now, you can barely tell that it's even there.

When riding, I expected to be able to feel the bump as I slid back on the seat. That was not the case. Granted I'm a big guy, but I can't tell it's there at all when I'm on the bike.

San Diego, CA
Just Okay

Soft foam, and has the adhesive strip, but after installation, the contour under the seat cover left air gap and wrinkle at the high end. I removed it.

johnson city , tn
Good product

overall good product, i thought i was going to have to glue it but it has adhesive on the back so that was good, keeps me were im supposed to be on the bike. the foam is kind of soft though so it rounds off a little but looks awesome.!!

Alamagordo, NM
It's ok

Definately cheaper and easier solution to getting a step seat but the foam is very soft and does not give a firm step in the seat. When the cover is put on, the foam rounds out. You can feel it while riding but it's more of just extra padding.

Houston, TX
Knowledge is key

great product it gives u a since and feel of where u are on the bike!!! keeps u in the middle of the seat right above the shock! the only problem is if u like to wear boxers it tends to make them ride more =/ but over great product!! i would recomend to every one!

defo Top 25 Contributor
New Jersey

very easy to install. Turns your stock seat into a step seat for a lot cheaper than buying a step seat. If you have a 450 or a works 250 it will keep you on the front of the seat instead of all that power almost throwing you off the back.

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Location: Luton, Luton, UK
Q: I need to reduce the seat hight on my 1996 yamaha TTR 250 , can I replace my seat foam with this product ?
2 years 4 months ago
Top 1 Contributor
2 years 4 months ago
A: No. This is NOT a replacement seat foam kit.
Q: Does the seat foam fit for crf 150r?
2 years 5 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 5 months ago
A: Yes, you should have no problem making this fit your Honda CRF150R. This is a universal fit meant to be cut and shaved to fit most any bike.
Q: Is this the foam under the seat cover??
Over 7 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
A: Yep, you can cut your own seat bump.
Q: Will it fit a throttle jockey seat cover for a 05 TTR125?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: It should, it's a universal bump you just might have to shave the bump a little bit.
Q: How do you put it on?
Over 8 years ago
do you take the staples out of the seat
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: here is a cool "how to" video put together. It might help you out installing a seat cover.
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