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I have a '98 Heritage Classic and I'm wondering if it is a simple matter to make it a solo ride by removing the passenger seat and luggage rack and put it all back when needed.
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That would depend on how the gear is mounted. The rear seat may be easy, if it isn't integrated to the main seat. Pics of the details would help.

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That's how I roll. I'm usually solo with a cool leather dealio that goes over the back fender and screws in where the passenger seat would. Backrest and luggage rack are quick connect/disconnect. Sorry no pictures now. Bike is sleeping.
 

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I have a 1998 Heritage too, unless the backrest has been converted to a quick connect/disconnect it is a little more time consuming to get it on and off as, you have to remove the fender bolts on both sides.
 

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I have a 1998 Heritage too, unless the backrest has been converted to a quick connect/disconnect it is a little more time consuming to get it on and off as, you have to remove the fender bolts on both sides.

Is there a kit that converts the stock passenger pillion to quick detach so you don't have to remove the driver seat? My son's 99 Fat Boy would benefit from that.

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That's how I roll. I'm usually solo with a cool leather dealio that goes over the back fender and screws in where the passenger seat would. Backrest and luggage rack are quick connect/disconnect. Sorry no pictures now. Bike is sleeping.
Same here. I call the that dealio thingie "The Thong". Bike looks way better that way.
 
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