Polaris Industries Australia—Victory Touring Seat

Identifying features

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What are the defects?

The backrest support on some of these accessory seats may be defective.

What are the hazards?

The defective backrest support can fail and allow the backrest support bracket to separate from the seat base. This could cause a passenger to lose backrest support, possibly resulting in a fall from the motorbike.

What should consumers do?

If you own one of the affected accessory seats, please call your authorised Victory motorcycle dealer to schedule an appointment to have the Safety Bulletin repair performed. These repairs will only be carried out once the necessary parts are available.

In the meantime, if you choose to ride your vehicle, you must remove the backrest from the affected accessory seat or replace the entire seat before riding. If you feel uncomfortable removing the backrest or replacing the accessory seat yourself, please make an appointment with your Victory dealer and this will be done for you, free of charge.

Traders who sold this product

Victory (Melbourne, Sydney and Perth), Redline Motorsport (Mackay), Brisan Motorcycles (Newcastle), Rollies Speedshop (Brisbane)

Where the product was sold

Responsible regulator

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications is the responsible regulator for this recall.

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications
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