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I'm trying to install an air ride solo seat from a police Road King on a Road King, I can't seem to find any reference on installation. Can you help?

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I'm sorry but I'm not familiar with the seat you are working with. If the seat is made by someone other than Harley Davidson, they may have a website at which you can get installation instructions. If they are not posted, contact the company via e-mail or telephone and ask for installation directions.

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Steve

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