Question about Bell Sports Trailraider Bike Seat 111771 Bell Inc
There are bolts underneath the seat (also called "guts") that you will need to loosen with a crescent wrench. You will want to loosen the two bolt on either side underneath the seat. You don't need to completely remove these bolts, just loosen them. Then the seat should just lift off of the seat post. Then just do the same thing to put the seat back on.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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