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Backrest_mk_2.jpgX9 Backrest brakets2165 viewsTo raise the supplied bum stop, making it a backrest. Use Sprung steel rather than mild, if available.
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DCP01536.JPGBackplate mods1377 viewsCut the tangs as shown, and after reassembling the topbox rack, try for fit. You might have to cut a little bit more away at the top or bottom. The backplate is held in place by the two screws at the rear of the seat.
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DCP01468.JPGRetaining Philips crosshead bolts1191 viewsRemove these, and throw them away, no longer needed.
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DCP01465.JPGBolts hiding in hole.1152 viewsThese can be tricky to remove, a magnetic screwdriver can be useful.
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GPS_mount_2.JPG1148 views
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DCP01457.JPGRemove the tray1043 views
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DCP01459.JPGRubber bungs933 viewsRemove with a blunt screwdriver.
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DCP01464.JPGTop-plate removed908 views
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DCP01462.JPGBottom plate screws906 viewsRemove all the allen screws underneath.
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DCP01461.JPGBackplate screws.868 viewsThese need removing, and will eventually be the sole retaining screws for the battery cover panel.
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DCP01460.JPGHand-rail screws795 views
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reset.jpgMost popular option under cubby lid740 views
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DCP01458.JPGTopbox screws711 viewsRemove, watch out for the sleeve inserts.
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DSCF0012~3.JPGOption 1 in top of LH glovebox643 views
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switch.JPG631 views
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Untitled-2.jpg622 views
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lights.jpg531 views
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