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Burgman 200, removing rear trim

I am in the process of installing the Suzuki OEM rack on my little Burgman. I have the passenger handle removed as per directions, but it says to check the service manual for how to remove rear trim. It seems like it should just snap off, but don't want to break something. I just ordered the shop manual but probably won't be here for a few days. All advice appreciated.

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Hi, just got my 200 service manual, not sure which part you are referring to as the rear trim? Do you mean the body panels above and below the tail lights or? Love to help, need more info though.
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Need to get in there on mine to adjust the height of the seat latch.
And a rear rack might not be a bad idea either.

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Hi, just got my 200 service manual, not sure which part you are referring to as the rear trim? Do you mean the body panels above and below the tail lights or? Love to help, need more info though.
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The directions for the luggage rack installation say the removal of the rear trim is listed in the K section of the workshop manual. My workshop manual should be here in 3 or 4 days. I've Googled several different ways, nothing found.

I actually figured out how to snap the front of the rear trim off, but looks like a non-accessible screw holding the rear of the panel so need to remove the panel below the tail light, at least it seems. Any help appreciated.

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Need to get in there on mine to adjust the height of the seat latch.
And a rear rack might not be a bad idea either.
The Burgman 200 rack looks like high quality. Here it is: http://www.ebay.com/itm/391194420250
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My book shows two fasteners on the underside of the lower frame cover that have to be removed, then you can pull out the lower frame cover. You have to depress the head of the fastener centre piece to release it , then pull out the fastener. My book has this information in section 9-D, pages 12 to 17.
Make sure the dealer ordered the correct manual. Mine is part number 99500-32190-03E. From what I have read on here some dealers seem to find it hard to get the right one.
Good luck!!
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My book shows two fasteners on the underside of the lower frame cover that have to be removed, then you can pull out the lower frame cover. You have to depress the head of the fastener centre piece to release it , then pull out the fastener. My book has this information in section 9-D, pages 12 to 17.
Make sure the dealer ordered the correct manual. Mine is part number 99500-32190-03E. From what I have read on here some dealers seem to find it hard to get the right one.
Good luck!!
Thanks much, Bud1955. You are a gentleman!

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My book shows two fasteners on the underside of the lower frame cover that have to be removed, then you can pull out the lower frame cover. You have to depress the head of the fastener centre piece to release it , then pull out the fastener. My book has this information in section 9-D, pages 12 to 17.
Make sure the dealer ordered the correct manual. Mine is part number 99500-32190-03E. From what I have read on here some dealers seem to find it hard to get the right one.
Good luck!!
Bud1955,

Mission accomplished today. It would not have been possible without your assistance. Thanks again!

Hey, just reaffirms my opinion that our Canadian neighbors/allies are a class bunch!

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You are welcome. Good luck in the future, hope your manual shows up soon. Enjoy the ride!
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The Burgman 200 rack looks like high quality. Here it is: http://www.ebay.com/itm/391194420250
Link shows the topcase mounting rack (with very solid attachment points -- I like it).
Is there a rack that's just for cargo, or would one have to start with this and remove the topcase fittings?

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