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Need to remove seat on ttr 250 how do i do this

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They are deffinatly under the seat, there is another set of screws right behind them but that is for taking the rear fender off. After you have removed the seat screws slide and lift the seat off towards the back of the bike. If you need any other help working on your bike, I just finished doing alot of work on my own TTR250 1999 and shes runnin like a dream now.
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Look under the seat to see if there are 10 or 12 mm bolts holding the seat on, if not, they are under the side panels .

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