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HOW TO REMOVE A GSXR 750 SEAT - 1999 Suzuki GSX-R 750 X

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Careful you dont wreck the allen key bolts, work the allen key tool back and forth to release any corrosion.

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Rider seat It should have 2 allen bolts on each side of the seat. At the back of it. Just lift up the rear corners of the seat and you should see one on each side.Hope this helps you out
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SOURCE: how to remove seat on 1999 gsxr 750

allen keys under ,rear corners of seat.Lift up to reveal !

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they will more than likely fit but doubt that it'll run smoothly

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2 bolts left and right side of seat near the gas tank end of bike. I think they are 5.5 mm. Take those out and lift from front.

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