Yes there is. Haynes doesn't make one yet, but you can get the Triumph workshop maunal. The Scrambler is lumped in there with the rest of the Bonnie family of bikes but everything you need to know is in there. You can get a manual from a dealer or find one on ebay.
Don't let the dealer pass an early version of the factory manual off on you - it makes no difference to the other twins, but they don't include the Scrambler until 2006. I got burned, but Triumph Australia admitted the error and replaced it.
I ordered the Triumph workshop manual when I got my Scrambler about a year ago, I was presented with the 2004 version too. No Scrambler specific stuff in it, although the bonnie and Speedmaster pages cover most of it.
Yesterday I pulled the primary drive cover to polish the lacquer and corrosion off, the crankcase breather is different from other bonnies. Earlier bikes have a metal pipe in the case that joins the crank end to the breather hose, on the Scrambler it's all hidden under a plate behind the clutch sprocket.
If you want to save a few bob you can have my '04 manual, pm me your address. I put alloy rims on mine btw, Tiger front and Thruxton rear. I already had the front, left over from super-moto'ing my Tiger, but had to buy the rear from Triumph. Cost Â£260, I couldn't find any s/h Thruxton wheels.
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