That is a really good point. I run solo 99% of the time, so it's not too bad to switch to the stock seat for 2-up, but if you need to switch often then forget it. That's where the classic is better becuase you can run a p-pad if needed.George C said:The Corbin solo uses a peg mount which needs to be removed when reinstalling another seat. PITA.
smknauss said:I'll have to check w/ Corbin on that. I just got my solo last year from Dennis Kirk. I would be nice to ge that p-pad to work. Did you have to do anything to it or was it a straight bolt-on. Also, what holds the front of the p-pad?
Thanks. I think mine is the newer style. Have to check that out. PS. Nice bike.zenwee said:Just bolt it on and go!!! The front of the P-Pad has a wedge that slides under the small space between fender and saddle. If you have the new style you will notice the back of the seat is slightly raised from fender. The new hollywoods have the locking rear mount which the wedge will fit securly between. Check out my pick on last post!