2012 Triumph Bonneville Tank Removal

This is how I remove a fuel tank from a 2012 Triumph Bonneville motorcycle.


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36 Comments to “2012 Triumph Bonneville Tank Removal”

  1. John Hubbard says:

    Nicely done. A big help, thanks for doing this how-to.´╗┐

  2. Thank you much. This vid is exactly what I was looking for before I start tinkering around with my Gas tank ­čÖé Great instruction´╗┐

  3. I have a new Street twin , hope this is similar , the only difference I can see is the rear mounting bolts. Thanks for this.´╗┐

  4. Greeting┬┤s from Germany. Absolut helpful video. Now I can start with my action. happy easter to you Paul.´╗┐

  5. Dave Haupt says:

    Thank you for making this video.´╗┐

  6. John Webb says:

    Hi that was very useful for me. Nice and clear instructions. Thanks.´╗┐

  7. Wow, this is the best "How to" video I have come across. Very thorough and simplified. Great work, and thank you for this post!´╗┐

  8. VERY useful, clear demonstration. Thank you.´╗┐

  9. sql-lover says:

    May I know what seat is that? Doesn't look like the original. Thanks. Good video.´╗┐

  10. Excellent and very helpful video. Thanks !
    Kind regards from a French fellow biker´╗┐

  11. Extremely helpful! Thanks so much! I have to remove the tank off my 95' Thunderbird 900 and they basically have the same configuration. I couldn't find anything online and this is the closest thing to it! Really appreciate you posting this!´╗┐

  12. Very helpful and well explained Thanks´╗┐

  13. Human angel says:

    That is what I call a pro video. Thank you .´╗┐

  14. great explanation. thanks from italy´╗┐

  15. Awesome guy. Awesome video.´╗┐

  16. spidercam3 says:

    Thanks Paul, very helpful. I have a Speedmaster and I'm hoping its a similar process. Need to get the tank off to install an AI removal kit.´╗┐

  17. Thanks for this video! ┬áRemoving my gas tank for the AI removal was made a lot easier because of this and the gas siphon video.´╗┐

  18. Alec Stahl says:

    What can I say but thanks a lot for taking the time to help us bonneville users.´╗┐

  19. Joe Venters says:

    Thank you! This was super helpful. ´╗┐

  20. Kelly Seis says:

    Excellent video!┬á very well explained.´╗┐

  21. Eric Graig says:

    These are all incredibly empowering videos. Very professionally shot and edited and very usable.´╗┐

  22. rick wilson says:

    Hi Paul Thanks for the video it was a great help putting the tank back on a triumph America I have. Keep up the helpful hints´╗┐

  23. Mad Hatter says:

    Hi Paul if the tank does not line up properly with the fork nut how can it be adjusted. I have a triumph america and the tank does not line up with the fork nut. Is their enough play in the two 8mm bolts at back of tank to adjust the angle to line up straight? Thanks ´╗┐

  24. Thank you John for the positive feedback. No, I am not an educator. I'm just one of these guys who likes to understand how everything works that we use in life. I watched a lot of other videos and I thought that I can do that as well, and voila. Just lucky I guess ­čÖé

  25. John Smith says:

    Paul are you a professional educator? I ask b/c you are so well organized, speak clearly and completely, factor in verbal and behavioral redundancy, that every task is understandable. Makes me think that I could successfully undertake any DIY project that you narrated and demonstrated. You definitely have a gift. Thanks.

  26. Nico Meurs says:

    Thanks for taking the time to make this, it was very helpful.

  27. Very useful video, Paul. Thanks a lot!

  28. KayWal1981 says:

    Wow nice bike brother , them bags look very nice on it and that seat is very nice to nice choices I want a bonnie pretty bad

  29. Great video! I feel way more confident now when I go to relocate my ignition. Thanks!

  30. pwisdom says:

    Excellent tutorial, I'm ready to pull my tank for the AI removal. Thank you for taking the time to help others.

  31. FCPTen says:

    Thanks. Paul nice clear video – fellow Bonnie owner.

  32. I'm not sure. This is the first bike I have ever owned and only had it 2 months when I made this video. I don't know any details about other bikes. Sorry.

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