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How do you get the gas tank after u have taken the 2 bolts out that hold

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Make sure you turn the gas off at the tank shut off, then take the hose off the valve, then with the 2 bolts out of the tail of the tank, slide the tank toward the back of the bike and the tank should slide off the 2 front frame rubber-covered bumpers... then when it's free of the bumpers, lift it off.

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