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Install K53020-405 on 2011 kawasaki vaquero

I need instructions on how to install the KQR Mounting kit for the passenger backrest on my 2011 Kawasaki Vaquero.

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Instructions









    • 1


      Unscrew the passenger seat\'s mounting bolt, positioned on
      the rear of the seat, using a socket wrench and a 10 mm socket. Lift the
      passenger seat up and away from the rider\'s seat.




    • 2


      Flip the passenger seat upside down and place it on a clean
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      Drill two holes into the seat pan at the marked locations,
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      Lay the seat\'s foam next to the seat pan. Mark the
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      seat pan and push the bar\'s neck through the foam\'s newly cut slit.




    • 6


      Place the vinyl cover over the seat foam and pan. Pull the
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    • 7


      Reinstall the passenger seat on the motorcycle and tighten
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