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Old 01 June 2015, 20:02   #1
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A question for people who have SR4's

Just a quick question for anyone who has removed the standard jockey seat from an SR4. How do the bolts secure the console to the deck, I want to remove a battery and fuel tank from underneath the seat as per an arrangement from the previous owner. I was just wondering if there are fixed nuts under the deck or if it is another system?

I want to get the fuel tank and battery out so I can relocate the battery making it easier to access both the battery and fuel tank.

Any help would be appreciated
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Bolts such as the one in the picture attached
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they are fixed Sam
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So should be easy to just unholy them and remove the tank and battery and replace the console?
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Easy* sorry on my phone and autcorrect is annoying
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So should be easy to just unholy them and remove the tank and battery and replace the console?
Very easy
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Old 02 June 2015, 21:28   #7
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Brilliant, many thanks, I thought this would be the case but always best to double check before you start taking things apart
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