take a look at www.jettrim.com, they have the nicest seatcovers that I have seen. There non-slip material is very cool looking and they are cheaper than some of the other lower quality covers out there.
How do you guys like the non-slip covers? Are they good for trail riding and playing in pits and such? Dont want to get it and not like it. Im getting my stock seat re-padded..i find it kinda stiff on long trail rides..my ass takes a beating, so im gonna get it repadded and maybe even fill in the little dip in front of the gas tank a bit. The guy said he would prob have to re-do my seat cover, just wondering if i should get a non-slip cover...or stick with the factory type leather..any advice would be great..
The gripper seat cover works great in all riding conditions.You dont seem to end up against the tank.I wish polaris would have put it on from the start,would have been a great selling point.Ebay for 40 dollars,have one coming,let you know how it is.
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