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Tools for removing the fuel tank?

So im gonna install my booster plug this friday
But i kinda forgot to check how do i even do that..
Anyone who recently took their tank apart can help me here?

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just a couple of allen wrenches and a 10 mm socket. i didnt take my tank off, just lifted it up enough to get access and plugged it in. Find a nice way to run the sensor neatly under the tank and out towards the handlebars. should take no more than half hour. Helps if the tank is low on fuel, but not necessary.
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just a couple of allen wrenches and a 10 mm socket. i didnt take my tank off, just lifted it up enough to get access and plugged it in. Find a nice way to run the sensor neatly under the tank and out towards the handlebars. should take no more than half hour. Helps if the tank is low on fuel, but not necessary.
You remember what size of allen wrenchs?

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Do yourself a favor and purchase a set of T-handle Allen Wrenches. You're gonna need all of them eventually and it doesn't cost a lot for a decent set. Heck even a Harbor Freight set will suffice for maintaining your bike.

Also, you'll probably want to watch this https://www.vulcanforums.com/forums/...eo-2017-a.html

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