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I will have new Fury in three weeks. Plan to install some things myself. How difficult is it to get the tank off, remove rear fender and seats, and get to the battery?
Does the shop manual give good instructions for this? Is the manual clear in directions to get to the valves?
I do most of the maintenance myself. Looking at the bikes in showroom it is not obvious how to get to things for work.
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Longrider (senior rider)
 

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Battery is under th left side cover, the seat comes off by removing 3 allens in the pass pad and 2 under the drivers, the fender is basically loose after the seat(s) comes off, there are 2 plastic rivets in the front of the fender that come out and the fender lifts right off, to remove the rivets, press in the center w/something pointy (I use a punch or an ink pin) and pull them out, to put them in press on the point to push them all the way out, put in the fender and press the center back flush, you may want to buy a shop manual.
 

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Battery is under th left side cover, the seat comes off by removing 3 allens in the pass pad and 2 under the drivers, the fender is basically loose after the seat(s) comes off, there are 2 plastic rivets in the front of the fender that come out and the fender lifts right off, to remove the rivets, press in the center w/something pointy (I use a punch or an ink pin) and pull them out, to put them in press on the point to push them all the way out, put in the fender and press the center back flush, you may want to buy a shop manual.



how about the front fender? do you have to remove the front wheel/tire?
as i am about to tear mine down for paint!
 

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I would invest in a shop manual. It's pretty good and if you are going to do much (or all) maintainance/repair to your bike , I would get one.
 

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I would invest in a shop manual. It's pretty good and if you are going to do much (or all) maintenance/repair to your bike , I would get one.
I second Painters suggestion, the manual details the removal of every part on the bike..
 

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how about the front fender? do you have to remove the front wheel/tire?
as i am about to tear mine down for paint!
Manual says " remove the bolts and front fender. Remove the fender brace, collars and grommets from front fender. Installation is in reverse order... "
So no you don't have to remove the tire/wheel. But I would cover everything with blue painters tape.
 

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Manual says " remove the bolts and front fender. Remove the fender brace, collars and grommets from front fender. Installation is in reverse order... "
So no you don't have to remove the tire/wheel. But I would cover everything with blue painters tape.
Lol, funny... was just looking at my front fender today after L&M posted their fender.. yea, it is easy as heck to remove.
 
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