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With the fender and air clearner box bolts removed I notice the fenfer will not move does the fender have to be detatched from the tail light end?

The free repair manual I donwloaded says something about fender frame hooks. I do knot see these. Do you know where they would be?

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It should actually have bolts at the shocks, which hold the centre in place. Might be two or four bolts here. Hope that helps.

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Sounds like the bolt is rusted on. Try a few things.

  • Heat the bolt and nut with a propane torch. Tap the nut with a hammer or punch as it cools. Try it now.
  • Take a hacksaw and make a diagonal cut across a face of the nut. Be careful not to get into the threads too much. Cutting the nut will relieve the pressure on the bolt. You may need to cut a second face of the nut also.
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most likely the pads are in the disc groove, just pull upwards with a bit of force, this is normal . also you can push the caliper sideways by hand to try and push the piston in a bit first

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I assume you found the bolt under the fender in the rear of the seat. There shoud be one on each side screwing up into the seat as best as I can remember. Sometimes things that you think would easy to get to turn out not to be.

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If you have a sissy bar on the bike, you'll have to lift the rear of the seat a bit to get the clearance necessary for the seat to slide to the rear. If that doesn't work, take the sissy bar off by removing the two small bolts on either side of the sissy bar side plates. With the sissy bar off, the seat should come off easily.

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