Suzuki marauder seat removal

Written by richard ristow
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Suzuki marauder seat removal
A worn, tattered seat can make a motorcycle look ragged. (motorcycle image by Stepanov from

The seat of your Suzuki Marauder can undergo a great deal of wear and tear if you ride the motorcycle frequently. You can repair seams, cracks, rips and splits in a seat, but a time will come when you must remove and replace it---especially with older motorcycles. Removing the Marauder's seat only involves loosening a few screws; you can have the seat off in a matter of minutes.

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Things you need

  • Screwdriver with removable tips
  • Screwdriver tip set

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  1. 1

    Insert the Marauder's ignition key into the seat lock, and turn the key to unlock it.

  2. 2

    Look carefully at the rear seat bolt, which sits just behind the rear seat. You need either a socket wrench or a screwdriver with an appropriate tip to remove this bolt, depending on whether you bought the motorcycle used and the previous owner customised the seat.

  3. 3

    Pull the rear seat strap forward, then off the rear seat.

  4. 4

    Pull the rear seat up and from the Marauder. After doing so, you will reveal two screws at the rear of the front seat. Remove these screws.

  5. 5

    Lift up the front seat, and undo the tab near the full tank to detach the front seat.

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