Question about 2005 Suzuki Boulevard S40
They are 10mm heads on the bolts and the screw on the back has a hex head--you just need an allen wrench.
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
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Lift the rear of the passenger seat's cushion to find the screw that secures the seat to the rear fender. Use a 5-mm Allen wrench to remove the screw.
Lift the rear of the passenger seat slightly and pull it away from the rider's seat.
Use the 5-mm Allen wrench to remove the screws from the rear of the rider's seat.
Lift the rear of the rider's seat upward slightly. Pull the seat back until the tabs on the front of the seat separate from the motorcycle's frame.
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