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    unidentified parts?
    on: Dec 06, 2020, 10.17 pm
    Dec 06, 2020, 10.17 pm
    Hi Folks, I stripped my 2013 SE down to replace Spark Plugs/Air Filter etc. I have now got it all back together & running just fine, BUT I have these two small hollow sleaves left behind, with nowhere to go! Can anyone Identify just what and where these should have been fitted when reassembling, Please? The Ignition Key in the photo is just there to give an impression on Scale. Cheers.

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    Re: unidentified parts?
    Reply #1 on: Dec 06, 2020, 10.46 pm
    Dec 06, 2020, 10.46 pm
    Hi again,

    Can you measure them and report back with the sizes -

    External Diameter, Internal Diameter and Length ?

    It looks like a "Dowel" and there are quite a few !

    I don't recognise them, but depending on where you worked,
    and how far you dismantled the engine they could be :

    T3000101, Dowel, Hollow, 8 x 14mm, as used on the top of the Crankcase, or
    T3000102, Dowel, Hollow, 10 x 14mm from the top of the Cylinder Head.

    If no-one else comes up with any suggestions, you could try going through the Parts List
    either on : World of Triumph, or downloaded from the Forum here :

    Spare Parts List.

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    Re: unidentified parts?
    Reply #2 on: Dec 06, 2020, 11.38 pm
    Dec 06, 2020, 11.38 pm
    These are much smaller, 11mm long, 4mm internal diameter & 6mm external diameter. No engine disassembly at all. All coloured fairings, Panniers & Top Box. rear carrier base plate & side rail unit, seats, windscreen.
    stripped to fit all new Brake disc pads. Change engine & final drive oils. fitted aftermarket short clutch & brake levers.
    Remove fuel tank & airbox to replace spark plugs & air filter. Fitted all new LEDs to headlamps & indicators.
    Repainted all fairings in a new colour. I fitted new tyres.
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    Re: unidentified parts?
    Reply #3 on: Dec 08, 2020, 02.11 pm
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    The OD appears ground, so my bet would be on locating dowels from somewhere.
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    Re: unidentified parts?
    Reply #4 on: Dec 08, 2020, 05.08 pm
    Dec 08, 2020, 05.08 pm
    I've been scouring the Parts lists and haven't worked out where they are from yet.

    Cuold they be off something that isn't strictly part of the Trophy,
    such as bushes inside the rubber mounts of a Sat Nav ??  :084:


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    Re: unidentified parts?
    Reply #5 on: Dec 08, 2020, 06.49 pm
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    Are they the bushes from the brake/clutch levers ??
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    Re: unidentified parts?
    Reply #6 on: Dec 09, 2020, 12.27 am
    Dec 09, 2020, 12.27 am
    That's my guess, after looking around mine to see if I remembered ever seeing these anywhere.  The only thing the OP has done so far that I haven't is brake and clutch levers.  SOOOoooo, maybe?????
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    Re: unidentified parts?
    Reply #7 on: Dec 09, 2020, 03.32 am
    Dec 09, 2020, 03.32 am
    Hey, thanks to everyone for your efforts & suggestions, but I'm going to Give up on this one. Afterall everything seems to be operating just fine, I just hate mysteries though, cheers.
    Cheers.