The fork lock is mounted to the steering head and the seat lock is mounted in the rear sub-frame. I remove them so I can powder coat the frame and the sub-frame.
Remove Fork Lock
The fork lock mechanism is retained by the lock cover. The pin holding the cover keeps the key assembly in the frame.
I use a large blade screw driver and put it through the gap between the steering head and the down tubes with the blade against the back side of the cover as near to the cover pin as I can.
I use a plastic mallet and hit the screw driver a couple stout wacks to start driving the pin out. As the pin slides out, it becomes easier to bend the cover plate. So once the pin is loose and there is a gap between the cover plate and lock housing, I use a smaller blade screw driver to pry the cover plate pin out of the frame.
Next, I insert the fork lock key into the lock, turn it while at the same time pushing up on the key a bit to keep it in the lock and pull the key backward. The lock mechanism comes out of the frame attached to the key.
Remove Seat Lock Assembly
The seat lock assembly is secured to the rear sub-frame with two long screws from the inside of the sub-frame. There is key lock on the outside of the rear sub-frame next to the grab handle.
There is a metal housing holding the seat latch components on the inside of the rear sub-frame.
I remove the two Phillips head screws from the housing.
Part of seat lock mechanism is inside a shell. The mechanism includes a lever that catches the seat pin locking it down, a lever return spring, and the lever pivot pin that goes through the center of the return spring.
I remove the lever, pivot pin and spring. The pivot pin is secured with a cir-clip on each end of the pivot pin. I remove them using cir-clip pliers.
After I remove one of the cir-clips, I push the pin out the other side of the shell to remove the spring and the lever.
I push the button out of the shell.
The lock fits in a ring that is secured to sub-frame with a small Phillips screw . It has an arm that prevents the lever in the shell from rotating which locks the seat.
The lock retaining ring has a triangular section that fits into the triangular space on the lock.