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Al Navecky Jr
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#828675 11/02/2020 9:53 PM
by Al Navecky Jr
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How do I remove the front wheel hub cap on my T100R?

Thanks in advance
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#828688 Nov 2nd a 11:34 PM
by henryanthony
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Do you mean the knave plate? If so, here is a link:

https://www.triumphrat.net/threads/triumph-knave-plate-removal.172315/
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#828748 Nov 3rd a 11:14 AM
by kommando
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I used hard wood rod but did it differently, I tapped the wood rod from the other side moving between the 3 tabs with each tap and keeping the plate movement the same until it just popped off.
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