Aftermarket seats for both V-Twin and Metric motorcycles. [Description from dmoz]
Corbin Pacific won't sit still until everyone is sitting--still or not--on one of its seats. The company specializes in making original-equipment and aftermarket seats to fit motorcycles from a wide range of manufacturers, including Harley-Davidson, Kawasaki, and Yamaha. Other Corbin products include seats for scooters and all-terrain vehicles, as well as motorcycle accessories such as fairings, which help screen riders from the wind. The company has also branched out into custom furniture making. It offers small couches and recliners fashioned after such hot rods as the Dodge Viper, a 1957 Chevy, and an Indian motorcycle. [Description from Hoover's]
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