Having not yet removed my tank but only tilted it, I can understand the trepidation at first.
That was how I felt with the Concours GTR 1000. I could take the tank off in the dark and pouring rain within just a couple of minutes eventually!!
Looking under the tank when you have tilted the back end there are only a couple of lines to disconnect. I suggest taking a couple of photos first or labelling each line. Have a nearly empty tank and maybe a second person as moral and physical support.
The first time is always the hardest but will get easier. Just take your time and have a couple of long necks handy for refreshment
Just make sure the fuel line is correctly connected when you put it back together.
I believe there is a thread some where here that will take you through the procedure clearly.
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