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The seat will have one bolt on each side just to the rear of the side covers. Remove them then lift the rear of the seat up and pull it to the rear of the motorcycle. The fuel tank will have a bolt on the rear of the tank Remove this bolt then lifting the tank slightly, remove the fuel lines from the fuel valve. Then pull the tank to the rear and lift it off.

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