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    10-25-2011, 02:06 AM
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Calling all Stubban experts! hard Panels?

Hey guys (and gals)
I just bought a used Stubben saddle off ebay. It is Scandica Blue dot I have serial numbers if anyone knows how to read them.

Here is my problem: It seems pretty hard in the back area of the panels. Is this normal for Stubben or does this saddle need to be re-stuffed? It feels soft in the front near the points and pretty firm near the back of the panels Underneath the cantle. The shape is exactly right not flattened out or mis-shaped just very terse to the touch. I've never ridden is a stubben before and it seems pretty tight /firm to me compared to other saddles that I have.

Thanks,
WAF
     

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