Sizing and Installation
Our Buttpad Sizing Chart has suggested sizes for stock seats.
If your motorcycle is not listed, or if you have an aftermarket seat, please follow these directions. Please remember that measurements are flat. When you sit on the seat, the foam dishes down and creates a larger surface area. Having a Buttpad that is a little big is better than having one that is too small. Buttpads are not meant to cover the sides of your seat. They are only surface pads.
|Step 1: Measure across the widest part of your seating surface following the contour of your seat||Step 2: Measure the length of the seat (being sure to follow the contour of the seat) and compare with our sizes|
Please contact us if you need a pad in a custom size.
Congratulations on your new Buttpad purchase! We're sure it will give your butt plenty of happy miles. Installing a Buttpad on your bike is quick and easy. This simple guide will assist you if you happen to need a little help.
|Step 1: Remove or raise your seat. Detailed instructions are in your owner's manual.||Step 2: Install the Buttpad with the elastic strap attached, placing the strap at the widest part of your seat.|
|Step 3: Adjust tension by pulling on the tabs so the pad doesn't slide around.||Step 4: Reinstall your motorcycle seat and go for a ride!|
Here are a couple of tips:
- If you have a Softail, put the strap behind the seat tabs
- If you have an Ultra or other bike with rear crash bars, just wrap around the bars and across the seat
- If your pad has a nose strap, just slip it over the leading edge of your seat.