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How to take gas tank off 1997 kawaski vulcan 800 classic

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Disconnect the gas line from the petcock (should be in ON or RES position). Remove the seat. Remove the bottom bolt of the dash and lift it up, then disconnect the two wiring harnesses and the speedo cable. Remove the bolt under the dash on the frame mount and the bolt at the rear of the tank. Lift the tank, and you can disconnect the one or two (CA models) vent lines. Place the tank so that the weight is not resting on the petcock.

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