Question about 1986 Suzuki GV 1400 Cavalcade LXE
Remove the saddlebag lids, undo the 2 bolts just behind the shocks, one on each side of the seat. These are the only bolts that hold the seat on. Lift the rear of the seat about 6 inches to release the front tangs. Raise the front to the vertical and remove the 2 air lines from the front right side of the base and the one at the rear. Seat should now be clear of things attaching it to the bike. Join the worldwide Yahoo email group for these bikes via www.suzukicavalcade.com and ask some more questions.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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