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Just aquired a 1972 CB350 Honda, It has been sitting for years and I need to pull tank to clean it out. I know it just is rubber mounted and once rear is lifted, front slides to the back and tank comes off. I can't figure out how rear of tank is held and I don't want to ruin rubber mount. How is rear rubber mount secured Thank You

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Usually, the front seat bracket has a bolt in it that when removed will allow the bracket to come off then allowing the tank and ruber mounting to also lift off and slide back. don't forget to turn the tank to off position and remove hose from carberator first!

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