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|Subject: Seat adjustment Wed Sep 07, 2011 7:54 pm|| |
I know this has to have been covered but doing a search I can't seem to find my answer.
I need to know if you can get a little more leg room by adjusting the seat?
Silver Wing Guru
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|Subject: Re: Seat adjustment Wed Sep 07, 2011 8:56 pm|| |
- compguy wrote:
- I need to know if you can get a little more leg room by adjusting the seat?
If I cannot find what I need with our search engine ... then I will use an external search engine
Google "leg room" site:silverwing600.com
Super Scooter Rider
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|Subject: Re: Seat adjustment Thu Sep 08, 2011 6:03 am|| |
Oh for heavens sake just send him to one of the threads that addressed this!
Look thru this one compguyhttps://www.silverwing600.com/t183-can-the-back-rest-be-moved?highlight=rest
RobinC posted: I took the driver's back rest completely off. I am 6'2" and it gives me way more leg room. I now feel cramped when I ride with it back on. I have not done anything to modify the seat so far. The plastic brackets that hold the back rest don't look so great but I don't feel or notice them when I ride.
This is a place to start at least. Good luck on the leg room ...
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|Subject: Re: Seat adjustment Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:34 am|| |
Take a look under seat----Allen Wrench of the right size----bolts out---slide back/butt rest back.
Flashlite helps on final alignment.
Cannot do your self, ask Honda dealer.
|Subject: Re: Seat adjustment || |