to get the rear seats out. take a torques head socket and remove the bolts from behind the cloth on the back side of the seat. then repeat process to other side. then simply use the same socket and remove the bracket. to get the bottom out i just gave it some southern engineering and gave it a big yank. presto now you have room for whatever you need back there. i keep a bike and two five gallon tanks. enjoy.
I didnt have a torque wrench on me when I tried (just one of those screw driver attachments). Those bolts were on so tightly that I thought it probably wasnt a smart idea. I'll try again with an actual wrench.
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