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Old 24th September 2010
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Default S3T Thunderbolt seat lock question...

Do any of you guys know if I can go to a locksmith and buy a lever-action type seat lock that was found on the 1997-98 Buell S3T Thunderbolts? I have this really expensive Corbin seat that came with the bike and don't feel like getting it stolen the first time I take it out for a ride and leave it somewhere while I'm having dinner. Heck, I've though of safety wiring the darn thing in place in a secret area or some such nonsense, but I'd rather cover that empty hole at the rear of the rear fender where the stock locking system used to be.Any and all help you can throw my way will be appreciated.
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