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    Re: movement/play at the rear wheel
    Reply #8 on: Sep 17, 2021, 10.28 am
    Sep 17, 2021, 10.28 am
    Well, before spending that abuse of money that they are asking you. I would make sure if it is true that it should be replaced.

    With the Covid, very bad times have passed and now many companies are trying to recover by hitting their customers with good blows.

    I have two friends with very strange things who also try to make good use of their problems in the workshops.

    In such a case, if you must replace all of the above, there are always other options. Except changing bikes ...
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    Re: movement/play at the rear wheel
    Reply #9 on: Sep 17, 2021, 02.58 pm
    Sep 17, 2021, 02.58 pm
    If it does need replacing - second hand might be worth it but check with seller about play beforehand!

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    Re: movement/play at the rear wheel
    Reply #10 on: Sep 17, 2021, 03.48 pm
    Sep 17, 2021, 03.48 pm
    Obviously that is the best option.
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    Re: movement/play at the rear wheel
    Reply #11 on: Nov 21, 2021, 01.18 pm
    Nov 21, 2021, 01.18 pm
    Hi
    Rear bevel change was the only option + rear disk-) cost me 1900 euros for bevel 130 for rear disk.
    Nobody had a clear answer for this big made in this short time .
    A bit fed up with Triumph re-sailler in France. Already tried 3 different places and  no one i can trust...
    Big problem for future with this bike that i love for sure.
    Perhaps i will change to Honda....

    That's my proper view...
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    Re: movement/play at the rear wheel
    Reply #12 on: Nov 21, 2021, 02.59 pm
    Nov 21, 2021, 02.59 pm
    We are all sorry to hear of your misfortune manuD.
    Were you able to secure the used parts in order to determine exactly what failed?
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    Re: movement/play at the rear wheel
    Reply #13 on: Nov 21, 2021, 05.06 pm
    Nov 21, 2021, 05.06 pm
    There was a big play between the male spline on output of bevel and the  female spline supporting the disk.
    The play on rear wheel was about 5 mm on tire perpendicular to bike axes.
    What can do that in only 12000 km ??No problem after 64000km.
    Any idea to restore my confidence on this bike??

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    Re: movement/play at the rear wheel
    Reply #14 on: Nov 21, 2021, 05.41 pm
    Nov 21, 2021, 05.41 pm
    I have no idea what might have caused the failure on your Trophy. I can say that I have accumulated 42,500+ miles (68,445 km) on mine in slightly over three years, with only the rear shock assembly replaced under warranty. I have been pretty meticulous with maintenance however, including changing the rear drive fluid every two years, just like l do on my BMWs.

    There isn't a vehicle built that doesn't suffer a component failure at some point. I can tell you about problems I've had with a couple of my Hondas over the years as well. All you can do is maintain what you own properly, and hope for the best.
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    Re: movement/play at the rear wheel
    Reply #15 on: Nov 21, 2021, 06.53 pm
    Nov 21, 2021, 06.53 pm
    After 50000km with a PanEuropean 1100 i'm worried a bit about the future of my Trophy..Reliability....
    I love this bike and i will probably keep it till i will not be able to manage the weight
    Thank for your answer. :046: :046: