Says it would fit, doesn't even come close. Made for a dirt bike seat. Looks like good quality though.
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I got this for a replacement so I could shave my seat. I took off 1.5" in the center and tapered all the way to both ends. This cover stretched so nicely over the lowered seat with no signs of over stretch or distortion and looks like it came on the bike.
For the money this is a very nice and grippy seat cover. I would buy another one of these. Fairly easy to install too.
Economical, high quality replacement. Can easily be done with a manual stapler but an electric or pneumatic is much easier.
happy with the quality and the design
This was the first dirt bike seat cover I have installed, and it went on pretty easy with no wrinkles. I have a handful of rides on this seat cover, and it is very grippy. I would definitely buy again.
great quality for the price simple to install and looks great
very happy with the fit
I was a little worried at first tearing my seat apart so happy i replaced it with the fx b4 i love this seat cover strong durable it grips well looks awesome make sure to warm it before install it strecthes well!!!!!
great product would buy another680b
Use a flat head screwdriver to dig up the old staples so you can grab them with the pliers and pull them out. When the old seat is off, go ahead and stretch the new one over the foam and staple the rear and front with a couple staples where the previous staples were after its centered and pulled tight. Then you'll want to pull the sides tight with a couple staples to hold it in place. Once you are happy with the seat being centered and lined up in all four sides, start pulling it tight and stapling around the whole seat. You may find that there is excess material when you are done. That can be cut off with a razor.