You have to remove the passenger seat to get to the bolts for the front seat. You will need a 5mm (or 5.5mm...don't remember) allen wrench to get the front seats bolts. Once you have those out, lift the back of the seat off the fender and pull the seat backwards.ender said:Any tricks to getting the front seat off? Did a search but no luck.... Thanks.
It's actually easier to install than the stock 2-piece. You may find it helpful to have an extra hand. The seat pan is fairly rigid on the Mustang, and you need to put quite a bit of down force on it to secure the rear bolt. Be sure to put the nylon washer on your fender, press down on the pillion seat, use the third hand to push the chrome tab down onto the fender stud, then add the other washers and the chrome acorn nut. Go and take a long ride and wait for your butt to thank you for comfortable ride.ender said:Wow! Fast response thanks. I'm putting my new Mustang seat on today. I know it's one piece vs. two. Any tricks to getting that on before I try. Any headaches you guys can clue me in on that I can avoid?
Yup, that gap is normal. I really like the way the Victory motorcycle seats mold into the tank as if they were designed together.ender said:Should there be about an inch gap between the tank and the seat? Everything seems solid, there's just a bigger space there than there was before. Thanks again everyone!