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Taking the seat off a 1983 100 goldwing? - GL 1100 Gold Wing Honda Motorcycles

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There should be 1 bolt either side of the rear of the seat just above the shock. They can be hard to access and tight so an open ended spanner is best. The seat then should slide backwards out of it's locator lug.

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I have a 1982 goldwing aspencade, I am trying to get the seat and tank off,I can't find any directions in my manual to do this,Can you help.


take the covers off the saddle bags, there are allen head screws under the seat, one each side, then lift seat up and back,, the " FALSE TANK" since the gas tank is under the seat, is held on by 4 bolts two you will find once the seat is off, the other two up front are under rubber fairing pieces.

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