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Removal of ignition switch on suzuki gsf 600bandit s

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Removing the ignition switch, the bolts are locate under through the bracket its attached to,depending on how much room you have to get the socket under and fitted use a 1/4 inch drive with a short extension and a universal, the socket size will be and 8MM or 10MM.
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