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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-14-2004, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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Free Corbin Seat for the FZ6

I was just out to Corbin's site and found the following. Unfortunately I'm not in California and can't loan my bike to their program. Can anyone else help them out so they can design a seat for our bike?


http://corbin.com/free_gear.shtml


Free Corbin Gear!

We want to borrow your bike to make some cool new parts! If you have one of the motorcycles listed below we'd like to borrow it for tooling and in exchange you will receive the first production part FREE! Here's what we need:

2005 BMW 1200 LT
Honda Heliz Scooter
Yamaha Zuma Scooter
Suzuki Bulevard C90
Yamaha FZ6
Honda CR 450F
2004 BMW K1200GT
2004 Ducati Superbike 999
2003 Kawasaki Concours
2003-2005 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600
1973-1979 Kawasaki Z1
1970-1976 Honda 750 K

We're located in Hollister, California and will need the bike at the factory.
If you're interested, please e-mail our Research and Development at [email protected][/email]]Corbin R&D

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Free Corbin seat

I wish I lived a little closer because I might do this if I was. I live a little over 100 miles away, which is just too far to make the multiple trips down there required. I hope someone lives neare to them and will do this, because I'd love to be able to get an aftermarket seat for my bike.
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