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no, but you need to take off the left saddlebag off and remove the caliper
 

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no, but you need to take off the left saddlebag off and remove the caliper
:waving:You will need to remove the seatso you can disconnect the wiring to the left saddle bag inorder to completely remove it.
 

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.... And if you have a trunk, you may need to remove the trunk in order to get the seat off in order to get the saddlebag off in order to get the caliper off........
 

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I can get my seat off with no problems on my 82 1100. I also have a rear brake to do and this time after I get the seat off I'm gonna put some quick disconnects on the left bag wiring harness. I'm tired of having to take the seat off just to get that bag off.
 

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thank god I have an undressed goldie. Thats a lot of hassle for brake pad changes!!
 

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It's really not as bad as it sounds. Well worth the storage space.
 

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Only kidding! The trouble I have is most people only recodnise the goldie fully dressed. They just think mines some old brit bike or something. At least you get noticed.
 

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Personally I just take out the two phillip on the inside of the bag and the light comes right out. No seat removal or unhooking of wiring.
 
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