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Making Removing Your Seat a Breeze!

Forget those irritating plastic rivets that hold the subframe lower cowl!

I realize that removing your Sur Ron seat is not something done daily, weekly, hell even annually. But I service my bike regularly and after amassing 6k miles in 2.6 years almost all of my stuff needs regular servicing. 

So to completely avoid the hassle of having to remove the seat and making the under seat storage more usable I explain what I’ve done.

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Disclaimer: I am not a Luna or Sur Ron employee or agent. I am an owner like everyone else.
There is no contact information on this site and I will not respond to email requests for information.
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  1. Great Info (as ALWAYS) Mark ! I have had the NON Pleasure of removing the seat 3 or 4 times. Every time at least one of these little plastic buggers has either popped off and skittered somewhere on the floor, requiring a long search for it, or pushed into the box frame, requiring gymnastic positions and swear word incantations I only save for my most special mechanical predicaments… My father gave me only the most rudimentary basic mechanical special swear words, but these little plastic doo hickies created, shall we say, a special mantra.

  2. How do I subscribe to your site?

    • Hi, and thanks for asking. During COVID my day job evaporated so I asked if this site which I offered for free for six years could help me through subscriptions. The vast majority of people said they could get information from YouTube for free. So I stopped maintaining this site for the public. I do offer advice for friends, but I no longer maintain this site due to no support. Easy to take things for free, but you never know what you got till it’s gone.

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