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Seat Cushion, Anti-Vibration, 18x16 In.
- Item # 12Z329
- Mfr. Model # 907GEL
- UNSPSC # 25174602
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1.85 lbs.
- ItemSeat Cushion
- Length18" x 16"
- MaterialGel, Nylon and Plastic
- For Use WithVibrating Vehicles to Prevent Whole Body Vibration
- Package Quantity1
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Grainger part number 12Z329 is a universal seat cushion designed to absorb vibrations and mild impact. The dimensions are 18 inches wide at 16 inches long. You may be able use this for a cushion on a motorcycle seat, but will require you to determine how to attach it. You may want to consider replacing the seat with a specific design that will replace the original; or have the original seat modified with the gel that is used for this purpose.
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