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Spark Plug Cap Removal and Oil Filler Cap Combination Tool for BMW R1200's, R1150's & F800's. MADE IN USA

Spark Plug Cap Removal and Oil Filler Cap Combination Tool for BMW R1200's, R1150's & F800's. MADE IN USASpark Plug Cap Removal and Oil Filler Cap Combination Tool for BMW R1200's, R1150's & F800's. MADE IN USASpark Plug Cap Removal and Oil Filler Cap Combination Tool for BMW R1200's, R1150's & F800's. MADE IN USASpark Plug Cap Removal and Oil Filler Cap Combination Tool for BMW R1200's, R1150's & F800's. MADE IN USASpark Plug Cap Removal and Oil Filler Cap Combination Tool for BMW R1200's, R1150's & F800's. MADE IN USASpark Plug Cap Removal and Oil Filler Cap Combination Tool for BMW R1200's, R1150's & F800's. MADE IN USA
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Spark Plug Cap Removal and Oil Filler Cap Combination Tool for BMW R1200's. MADE IN USA

This tool makes it a snap to remove the spark plug caps on the BMW R1200's, R1150's and F800GS 2 Spark bikes. In addition, it also have the special BMW triangle shape on the top for removing your oil filler cap. This tool is two specialized BMW tools for the price of one. Our tool is proudly made in the USA and is CNC machined from aluminum and will not damage the cap or wear out. It is small enough to carry in your tool roll measuring just 1 ½" by 1 ¼" and weighing approximately 3 ounces.

Using the Spark Plug Cap Removal Tool

If you look closely at the plug cap you'll notice a groove near the top. This groove is provided as a means to grasp the cap so it can be pulled off of the spark plug. The removal tool is designed to slip onto the cap from the front. Once it is fully seated on the cap grasp it and pull firmly and evenly. Do not give it a hard tug as you may pull the tool loose damaging the top of the cap. Slow and steady works better and is safer. Makes sure that when you replace the cap you push it all the way down so it is fully seated on the spark plug.

***We would like to thank our friend Marc Parnes for his design and inspiration for this innovative tool.