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    Disassembling and mounting Triumph Trophy fairings
    on: Jun 16, 2020, 10.08 pm
    Jun 16, 2020, 10.08 pm
    Here are some videos that can help you disassemble and assemble the fairings of our Triumph Trophy step by step, screw by screw. I hope you like them.





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    Re: Disassembling and mounting Triumph Trophy fairings
    Reply #1 on: Jun 17, 2020, 01.18 am
    Jun 17, 2020, 01.18 am
    Thanks for that, it makes the task a little less daunting.  My Spanish is no bueno, but the video is self explanatory.
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    Re: Disassembling and mounting Triumph Trophy fairings
    Reply #2 on: Jun 17, 2020, 02.00 am
    Jun 17, 2020, 02.00 am
    Wow. Great video. Muchas Gracias. He makes it look soooo simple!  :156:  What a tangled web of plastic. I think I could probably get everything off, but getting everything back on properly? That is another matter! I suppose if I had the proper facilities and enough time I could probably figure it out. Unfortunately for me I have neither of those things, so I will let the Pros do it. The guys at my dealer are very good.
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    Re: Disassembling and mounting Triumph Trophy fairings
    Reply #3 on: Jun 17, 2020, 05.43 am
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    Thanks Tralex.

    Tralex, seems like a teacher, and as with details of the hands and gestures I think he makes himself understood.
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    Re: Disassembling and mounting Triumph Trophy fairings
    Reply #4 on: Jun 17, 2020, 03.13 pm
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    *Originally Posted by digital [+]
    Thanks Tralex.

    Tralex, seems like a teacher, and as with details of the hands and gestures I think he makes himself understood.

    Agreed. Before seeing this video, there was no doubt I would never take that on. But now I feel like I have a reasonable chance of pulling this off if I ever got into a jam and had to try it myself. For that I am grateful. Thank you, @Tralex.
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    Re: Disassembling and mounting Triumph Trophy fairings
    Reply #5 on: Jun 21, 2020, 12.01 am
    Jun 21, 2020, 12.01 am
    Between Tralex's video and Coconuts "How to" install r and g bars, step by step fairing removal, this task no longer seems daunting...which I plan on doing in the next couple of weeks.
    Step by Step link:  https://www.triumph-trophy.com/index.php/topic,832.0.html

    Thanks Guys! :062:

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    Re: Disassembling and mounting Triumph Trophy fairings
    Reply #6 on: Jun 21, 2020, 12.10 am
    Jun 21, 2020, 12.10 am
    One more question....once the large fairings are removed can the air vents be easily removed or are they part of the fairing?
    One is scratched up pretty good and would like to paint both while bike is apart.

    Would make it a lot easier vs. masking the entire fairing to paint.

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    Re: Disassembling and mounting Triumph Trophy fairings
    Reply #7 on: Jun 21, 2020, 06.24 am
    Jun 21, 2020, 06.24 am
    Yes, they can be removed without any problem, if I remember correctly they have 4 screws with 4 washers and the foam is secured with clicks.
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