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Hello,
I understand the tool to remove the sprocket cover cap is next to the fuse box. Does it just pull out or is there a special technique for removal?
Want to avoid breaking something.
 

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Hello,
I understand the tool to remove the sprocket cover cap is next to the fuse box. Does it just pull out or is there a special technique for removal?
Want to avoid breaking something.
There is a plastic tool, which adds a little leverage (although I never bothered with it) under the left hand side cover. To remove it push it horizontally towards the front of the bike and it slides off.

I think it can also be used to unscrew the OEM old style oil cap as most people don’t carry around an old penny now. Back it the day this was really handy when Triumph used to run what seemed like a total loss oil system.

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