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if u look at the rear of main seat on left side near passenger foot peg u will c a slot for your key to go in, turn it to the right and it will unlock passenger seat and then pull up on the seat. if u r talking about your main seat there r two bolts one on each corner of the seat in the back lift corner up to see them u will need metric allen wrench
Hi, There are two allen key screws that keep the pillion seat secured down. The riders seat then slides backwards to remove. Have a look inbetween the riders seat and pillion seat from either side of the bike. Prise the gap apart with your fingers and look inbetween. About an 30mm or so inside, you will see an allen key head screw. It is easier with a screw driver that takes an allen key drive as is very awkward to get a normal allen key down that deep. You will need to be in very good light or use a torch to look inbetween the seats as its very hard to spot. When you have removed the screws from both sides the pillion seat just lifts up and forward. The riders seat lift up and backward. Cheers
1. Tighten the bolt on the seat-post of your bike's seat if your seat is a bit shaky. You may need to replace this bolt if it is rusted or withered.
2. Adjust the pitch angle of your seat if it is uncomfortable. You can have it level, leaning forward or leaning backward depending upon what is more comfortable for you. Use an Allen wrench (Allen key) to loosen the bolt on the-seat post to adjust the angle.
4. Tighten the tension on the cover of the seat if the seat has one and it is loose. If it has 2 straps underneath the seat attached with a hook, release it from the hook and tighten, then re-hook the straps.
underneath the back left corners of the riders seat are the two allen head bolts that hold the seat secure. i believe they are 5mm allen heads but they might be 4mm. just kind of fold the corner of the seat back and you will see the bolts. be very careful when reinstalling the seat bolts, they are notorious for being cross threaded.
For front seats. push them all the way to the front then got to the back and pop out the plastic covers on both sides of the tracks. Then push the chair back and unscrew the nut under the seat in the middle on the end of the positioning guide you got to use an allen key. then you slide the chair all the way back and it will come out.
For the back seat use the same allen key and unscrew the 2 screws just below the front of the seats then lift the seat out. for the upper part just pull the two release knobs on each corner to drop it down. Then take a flat head screwdriver and push back the latch in the hinge of the seat at the side then it should pop out.
You have Two Handles on the side of the seat... The allen bolts are in the handle... The bolts that hold the handle also hold the seat.... Remove all 4 bolt, Lift off seat from the rear. The front of the seat has a slide that goes in a grove