Question about 2005 Harley Davidson FLSTC - FLSTCI Heritage Softail Classic

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One screw fell thru when I was removing the seat.

As I was removing the seat, one of the screw slipped back and now I only have 1 of the 2 showing, how do I go about getting the other one back thru so I can attach my seat back?

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IF you see it ,then take a magnet with extension and try to get the screw ,with a little patience!

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You will have to get you hand up between the rear fender and tyre to push it back through. You might also be able to do it by holding the existing one and moving it about as the two studs are joined together under the fender. A small bit of patience and wiggling should do it.

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