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Its a multi-piece assembly, which folds over each other. So you have to not only take out all the screws, but slowly and carefully bend each piece around the other one to get them loose. The rear fender part is held smack dab in the middle by a locking bolt arrangement. So you need to take the seat off and unscrew that bolt in order to get it even close to being loose. You can't miss it, the screw which holds the seat on the bike goes through the center of the bolt. So where you see that hole in the subframe, is the part you need to take out from the subframe, not from underneath. Also, don't forget about the two screws holding in the outter edge of the fender, those need to be pulled as well. Once you've done it, you'll go "ah ha" because its really simple once you've done it correct.

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Its a multi-piece assembly, which folds over each other. So you have to not only take out all the screws, but slowly and carefully bend each piece around the other one to get them loose. The rear fender part is held smack dab in the middle by a locking bolt arrangement. So you need to take the seat off and unscrew that bolt in order to get it even close to being loose. You can't miss it, the screw which holds the seat on the bike goes through the center of the bolt. So where you see that hole in the subframe, is the part you need to take out from the subframe, not from underneath. Also, don't forget about the two screws holding in the outter edge of the fender, those need to be pulled as well. Once you've done it, you'll go "ah ha" because its really simple once you've done it correct.

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