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Seat removal Hi guys how the hell do ya take of the seat on a DRZ SM its fitted with the suzuki rack unit . i took off the 2 allan bolts that hold the rack on but the seat aint moving its still solid please help .. Oh and im just about to order a Remus end can are they any good..

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Pull out the 2 rear seat bolts, lift the rear an inch or two and slide it rearward.

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