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  • Q. Is it possible to add a rear seat to the Scrambler?

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    Yugesh
    Yugesh | 1 year ago

    Scrambler comes with a pillion seat.

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    Sarah
    Sarah | 3 years ago

    The scrambler already has a two seater all in one seat. I'm not sure what you mean sorry. Sarah

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    Sarah
    Sarah | 3 years ago

    The scrambler already has a two seater all in one seat. I'm not sure what you mean sorry. Sarah

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  • 4.2
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