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I have seen some say turning the airhawk cushion about will give you better thigh support, but I am wondering about turning the Airvent http://www.stic.net/users/windtech/ cushion around. Has anybody done this? I think it would affter the same type of results, but I am not sure.
 

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Probably would give thigh support, but might be a little uncomfy on the butt because the edges would push in. But someone out there will give it a try and let us know, I'm sure. Costs a lot less than the Airhawk.
 

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SC Steve said:
I have seen some say turning the airhawk cushion about will give you better thigh support, but I am wondering about turning the Airvent http://www.stic.net/users/windtech/ cushion around. Has anybody done this? I think it would affter the same type of results, but I am not sure.
It looks like you would get the same benefit from turning this one around as you would with the AirHawk.
 

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Steve,

I show you how to turm the Kuryakyn pegs around and now you want to turn the seat around... :eek: ...next thing you know you'll be riding the bike backwards!!!! :lol: <GRIN>
 

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Yea I know. Might led to better sight seeing. It seems I always miss things when driving. I am just curious, but it looks like I will just have to try this next weekend. :)
 
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