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So far I removed the back rest pad.
I removed the 2 nuts from the bolts sticking through the track well.
I removed the two screws up at the front bottom of the seat, and unsnapped all the snaps on the front of the seat.
I can get the seat to lift and slide back, but it looks as though the gas tank, or some similar plastic part is moving back with the seat..??
The tank doesn't look at though it is moving, but there is definetly a plastic piece at the front of the seat, which seems to extend into the gas tank area. And it does move with the seat.
I'd like to remove it, as the bears seem to really enjoy munching on seat cushions, tires and plastic gas cans... I can't be here all the time..
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Thats what I was afraid of...
So who thought up that idea? An 8 year college man? I guess I'll just have to cover the machine up as best I can and hope the bears don't get too curious.
Thanks for the help!....
 

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Yep surprising snuggle or bounce keeps the critters away. Bren buys a box per sled for me every spring.

yep using tap-a-talk from the cellular device. go figure
 

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Thanks for all the advice gang!..... :)
But I'm really more concerned about these!..... They cause me a lot more concern than mice!!
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But ya never know! It just might work!... :)
 
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