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    2005 and up GPR seat?

    I have heard that there is some benefit to the 2005 and up GPR seat, how much of a difference is there? I have heard the newer seats hold more weight better, and at 6'6" and 300lbs that sounded like a big plus to me! Anyone have any input on this?


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    I think that the only difference is that the 1300 seat is lighter than the 1200 seat. I may be wrong.

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    It is shaped slightly different which makes it a tad narrower.

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    both of the above answers are correct

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    The '03-'07 is about 1 1/2 inches narrower than previous years..the weight difference is neglible imo, I weighed them both and when they get wet, it does'nt make a difference.

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