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Harley Hammock Heated Rider and Passenger Touring Seat

List Price: $983.96
Our Price: $836.95
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Product Details

Protect the backside of both rider and passenger from harsh road conditions. With its revolutionary suspension systems, the Harley® Hammock Heated Rider and Passenger Touring Seat offers increased isolation from sharp road impacts.

 Manufactured from a unique blend of fibers that offer flexibility and durability
 Fabric acts like a hammock, providing 2 inches of suspension above the seat pan, with an additional 2 inches of traditional foam on top
 Internal suspension prevents "bottoming out" and provides a 30% improvement in comfort and endurance over the long haul by sheltering the rider from harsh road conditions
 For the passenger, a multiple spring-board style suspension system and 2 inches of traditional foam provides 15% improvement in passenger comfort
 Features switch-activated dual-zone heat controls for rider and passenger
 Easy to clean and maintain



Fits '09-'13 Touring and Trike models. Also fits '14-'20 Touring models not equipped with Tour-Pak® luggage. '14-'16 models require separate purchase of Electrical Harness Extension P/N 69200722. '17-later models require Electrical Harness Extension P/N 69201599A. Trike models require separate purchase of Paint Guard Kit P/N 52000013. Does not fit models equipped with Passenger Grab Rail. Installation on '12-later CVO models requires removal of fender trim strips. Seat width 17.5", passenger pillion width 15.0".

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