Did you know that Corbin can just re-cover that seat for less than the difference between what you get for the old one and the price of a new one?. You would also get to keep your broken in seat instead of having to start over again.
Just a thought,
I could have been a squid, but I was too busy posing.
I didnt know that.
I just looked on their page here's what it says:
"Find the current price of your Corbin seat if you were buying it new and estimate 75% of that"
So that would be 300*.75=225, so it wold be cheaper to sell this for 170 and get a new seat for 300.