TXT owners can replace their tank with the contact one that hold one extra liter.
I use the Hebo 1l auxiliary front tank an love. I can't feel it.
For lower bearing, best find someone with a press. It need 3 to 6 ton to move. See process here:
Or you can cut the bearing with a dremel. Be carefull to not damage the stem
Or you can weld some scrap metal to the beaging race and hammer it while hot.
Any method, take care of the threads on stem.
Outer races go out easily with a long chisel.
This practice (removing bearing with a drift off center) move bearing crocked what on long therm enlarge hub diameter.
Jitsie make a wheel bearing extractor that solve this issue and is able to remove Rear wheel bearing since spacer id is smaller than bearing id.
To retard the timming, you need to rotate de plate same direction flywheel rotates.
Flywheel nut is veery tight. You will need a impact wrench. Mark nut and axle with a chisel. So, you will know how much you should tighten on reasembly to keep same tension.
Lack of torque in this nut can cause sheared key
In fact it is not the cap that is green. The rubber under the cap that is green when mineral oil is used. (Mostly)
You can double check with a drop in water:
1 dot oil mix well with water and turn white.
2 mineral oil floats
Seems ok to me.
If it is normal, sound should keep average the same as time goes
If there a problem, it probably will get worst and worst.
So, give bike a good ride, have fun and hope everything will be fine