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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 04-01-2017, 02:34 PM Thread Starter
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Unfortunately I dont have access to a propane torch.
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Go buy one.
Camp propane bottle and a screw on nozzle. Probably set you back 20 bucks tops.
They come in handy for all sorts of things.

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So the exhaust is now off, However 5 out of the 6 studs came out with the bolts.
From what i can find is this the correct part number for them, PFKL2037158? or is it T3100015?

Plus My ehaust doesn't appear to have any baffles inside, you can see straight through the can, Is that normal?
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So the exhaust is now off, However 5 out of the 6 studs came out with the bolts.
From what i can find is this the correct part number for them, PFKL2037158? or is it T3100015?

Plus My ehaust doesn't appear to have any baffles inside, you can see straight through the can, Is that normal?
Those part numbers are for the same stud, one is Lings part number, the 2nd is Triumphs part number.
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So I've removed rad/oil cooler/exhaust, removed the oil filter, taken out the 17 sump bolts and the 3 around the oil filter, making a total of 20, (which i believe is all of them), however the sump itself doesnt seem to want to come off, there's no movement at all from it.
Have i missed something or is it gonna need a bit of force to remove?
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Usually a tap on the side with a rubber/hide mallet does the job once all the screws are out.
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So there's deffinately nothing else holding it on?
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