Just be patient and once you’ve taken the pedal off the drive side tap the inside and outside of the crank arm alternatively with a nylon faced dead blow hammer and it will come off. My AF didn’t have the cap either and that’s how I had to remove the crank to service the BB every time. It’s not ideal but it works. My V2 came with the cap, which I would expect, and it makes life a lot easier but that bolt is still bloody tough to undo. I do mine up to 45nm instead of 55nm and it’s still a ***** to remove.I got a new rear triangle and it came with all bushings installed. Everything installed with light resistance and rotate very smoothly so no "clearancing" was needed. Just removed the stock lube and used Bel Ray waterproof grease. For some reason, the stock lower link bushings in my rear triangle were mangled. They literally looked like someone took a wood file to them. I'm waiting to see what Ibis says about that after they get the triangle back. I haven't been able to look at the lower link front bushings yet as I can't get my crankset off until I get the removal cap for my Sram cranks. It didn't come with one for some reason. My stock upper link bushings were in great shape still.