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After market seat

I've got a DRZ 400E and I would like to find an after market seat (aside from the Suzuki GEL seat) that lowers the height by a couple of inches. Any suggestions anyone?

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Corbin should make the aftermarket seat for your bike. You can reach them on line at www.corbin.com. Hope this helped..

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