Mustang Seats Two-Piece Studded Wide Touring Seat w/ Driver Backrest - Suzuki Boulevard C50 (2009)

Mustang Seats Two-Piece Studded Wide Touring Seat w/ Driver Backrest - Suzuki Boulevard C50 (2009)

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Part Number: M-79620
MSRP: 729.00
Price: $656.99   Please note that due to currency fluctuations between date of order and date of shipment there can be a change in the amount in the local currency
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Sold as a complete three-piece set including solo, removable driver backrest and matching passenger seat. Mustang's popular touring seat features several design improvements over the stock seat. The 16-1/2 inch wide deeply pocketed driver bucket sits you at the ideal cruising angle. The built-in driver backrest offers more features than any other backrest on the market. The entire 12 inch width of the comfortable passenger seat is fully supported by Mustang's unique internal steel support wings -- no sagging on the edges, no more passenger complaints. The studded seat features chrome studs and leather-tied conchos.

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This accessory fits:

- all Suzukis

Important Fitment Details:

Boulevard C50 (2009)

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Question & Answers:

    Does this also fit 2009 C50 T?

    posted on 09/16/13 by
    rickeyfritz (rickeyfritz) from Kane, PA, US, wrote:

    It says this seat fits the 2009 C50. Does it also fit the 2009 C50 T model cycle?

    posted on 09/16/13 by
    beachy from Birdwood, SA, AU, wrote:

    Frames and mountings should be the same but it may be worth checking with CC and/or Mustang to be sure. I think the T was basically a touring pack but cant be certain on that