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Rear Seat Cowl Rubber Pad

I am curious as to what other riders say about the little rubber coccyx pad on the rear seat cowl.
First I am not familiar with the OEM part, only the flimsy one that comes with aftermarket fairings.
I usually rip them off with my leathers right off the bat. I have another extra one here, but seems useless to install it just to lose it at first turn. It's not something that concerns me, like I said just curious about other's experience.

Is the OEM part more robust?

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OE one stays on forever.

Securely bolted to solo cowling.

you'll never loose it!
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OE one stays on forever.

Securely bolted to solo cowling.

you'll never loose it!
Thanks tary, exactly what I was wondering.

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