Question about 1988 Honda VT 800
Behind the chrome helmet holder is a black l bracket. The bracket faces the bike. Turn the key like your going to put your helmet on the chrome bracket but instead reach behind it and pull the black bracket down. You'll hear the rear of the passenger seat click and the seat will lift slightly. Pull it up and back from the rear and it'll slide out. iIf you have a sissy bar (sorry, old school) you don't need to take it off. You'll see the plastic tool case holder. Between it and the front seat, are the bolts for the front seat. You can use a socket at an angle and they'll come off (be carefull not to drop them into the bike frame where they could get lost or damage something. You then lift the front seat from the back and it slides out like the back seat.
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
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