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How does the vs800 sissy bar come off?

Im just trying to remove the back rest and sissy bar off the back of my 01 suzuki intruder vs800 the manual wasnt much help and havent found anything on the web about it

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  • saltsea210 May 11, 2010

    ok if your back rest is mounted at the shock mounting stud then you must remove the rear shocks to remove the back rest, use caution to be gental on your paint job they can scratch the paint quick its not a enginerred support for your rear fender is it ?

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