Seat "Diamond" for "Fat Racer" Rear Fender 2018-2023

Regular price €349,00 EUR
Regular price Sale price €349,00 EUR

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Our high-end craftsmanship seats are inspired to create not just another diamond seat – it is sewn and formed in just the right places for a super cool look.

Synthetic Leather

    Fits only with our custom made "Fat Racer" Softail rear fender 2018-2022

    Regular price €349,00 EUR
    Regular price Sale price €349,00 EUR

    + shipping to United States

    In stock and ready to ship


    Unfortunately, we do not offer such an option at the moment.

    Well, our online store is always in sync with the warehouse. You can’t purchase the item if it is labeled with the “out of stock” sign; if it says in stock, it means the part is available for buying now.

    Some of the items are certified by TÜV Austria, and those parts are proudly labeled with the TÜV sign. If you do not find anything similar on the product page, think we are currently working on the certification process.

    Yes, we do have. Visit the Product Sheet & Durability section on the product page. You are free to download them at any time.

    Our warehouse is located in Lithuania, Europe. And we ship worldwide (U.S., Canada, Japan, Australia, etc.). So, no worries! If you are in the mood to build a one-of-a-kind motorcycle, we can ship custom parts right to your doorstep.

    Shipping rates and times may vary depending on the delivery address for your order:

    Australia 4-6 working days
    Canada 2-3 working days
    Europe 3-4 working days
    Japan 3-4 working days
    New Zealand 4-6 working days
    South Korea 3-4 working days
    U.S. 2-3 working days

    Customs duties are taxes charged on imported goods. They vary widely across every country, and various rules and rates often apply to different types of products. You should contact your customs office to determine these additional costs.

    International buyers, please note: we do not under-value or mark the item as a gift on customs forms, which is against U.S. and international laws.