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How do I remove the rear seat to install new saddlebags

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It looks like there is a bolt (#4) on each side that needs to be removed.

Posted on Dec 02, 2013

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SOURCE: 2006 VT 750 Shadow: saddle bag installation for 2009 750 shadow...

Install the brackets and lace the bags to your liking.

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SOURCE: Lacing Saddlebags

Yes you will need brackets. You can find them at your Honda dealership. They mount to your fender where the two fender bracket bolts are located. You take the two bolts out, line the saddlebag brackets up with the holes, then replace the bolts. It should take about 5 mins.

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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