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On an '89, remove both side covers and you will see a bolt on both sides of the bike just under the seat. Remove the bolts, lift the back of the seat and slide toward the rear of the bike.

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Remove seat

On an '89, remove both side covers and you will see a bolt on both sides of the bike just under the seat. Remove the bolts, lift the back of the seat and slide toward the rear of the bike.

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