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Old 03-18-12, 07:08   #21
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Would a wing-nut fit in there instead of a safety pin?
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Old 04-16-12, 20:15   #22
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great mod man.. I use mine as a helmet holder so no go for me unfortunately
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Old 07-04-12, 18:19   #23
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Like the setup, gonna have to atleast try it out for little
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Old 10-07-12, 15:43   #24
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Would a wing-nut fit in there instead of a safety pin?
Yup. That's what I did. New hex bolt comes thru the other way, wrench it tight. Slip seat over bolt, spin on the wing nut. Done! Works with our without passenger.
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Old 10-16-12, 23:03   #25
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great info guys , im def gonna try this mod with the wing nut. not that i take my cover off alot but this is just so much better when you do i have to try it.
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Old 11-20-12, 05:20   #26
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A few good ideas on here for the Quick Release Rear Seat Cowl, so I had a go myself, I had a look through my Nuts & Bolt container,
Found a bolt that came off an Old Drum Kit Pedal, bent an R clip to a 90 degreeClick image for larger version

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Screwed bolt in from the Front,Click image for larger version

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Slid Rear Seat Cowl on & Inserted R clipClick image for larger version

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Nice addition. Does anyone think a Linchpin (one of those circle clips) work instead of bending the R clip?

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Yeah the Linchpin probably would work if you could get one small enough


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