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  • Offline Swampie

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    Brake pedal pivot bolt
    on: Oct 09, 2018, 10.38 am
    Oct 09, 2018, 10.38 am
    Hello all,

    It has been a while since I joined this forum and purchased my Trophy. All has been going well with it and I have found that I ride it less than my previous ride.

    That aside I had it in the shop last week for a repair to a slow puncture leak in the rear tyre. While it was there I asked them to change the oil and filter.
    When they removed the side panels to change/drain the oil they found the rear brake lever pivot bolt had broken. They removed the broken stud for me and I rode the bike home.

    The issue now is they tell me there is up to a six week back order wait time on a new bolt. (from Triumph UK I think they meant)

    I have found post by Coconut in a thread on this issue. So I have part numbers etc.

    Could anyone here assist by letting me know if their dealer could have one or two in stock. I am in Australia so would  need to order online and have it shipped.

    Any help greatly appreciated.

    Geoff

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    Re: Brake pedal pivot bolt
    Reply #1 on: Oct 09, 2018, 12.00 pm
    Oct 09, 2018, 12.00 pm
    Swampie,

    I always keep a couple new ones on hand and a couple of old ones also.  I change the brake pedal and gear shift bolts (same bolts) out every oil change.  They are cheap and given even a chance of breaking, I do not want to be caught trying to remove the broken portion when on the road.

    I hope they can get you the parts soon, they seem to be available in the States.  I order from bikebandit they are quite responsive.

    https://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts/2013-triumph-trophy-se/o/m155159#sch786231   Part 19 

    https://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts/2013-triumph-trophy-se/o/m155159#sch786228  Part 12

    Ride Safe.

    ZShyster
    Last Edit: Oct 09, 2018, 12.04 pm by ZShyster

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    Re: Brake pedal pivot bolt
    Reply #2 on: Oct 09, 2018, 01.59 pm
    Oct 09, 2018, 01.59 pm
    Hi Geoff,

    Iím working right now but on my Lunch Break.

    I have a Spare one of these, which I keep ďjust in caseĒ !
    ( This is the original OEM part : # T3331400 -now superceded to T3331520 ).

    If you send me a Private Message with your Name and Address,
    I can send it to you by email - should take about a week to ten days to arrive.

    Iíll reply to your message later with details of the cost,
    which will be no more than what I paid for the part + the Airmail cost

    Cheers  :821:




    Last Edit: Feb 15, 2020, 05.32 pm by Coconut

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    Re: Brake pedal pivot bolt
    Reply #3 on: Oct 09, 2018, 03.27 pm
    Oct 09, 2018, 03.27 pm
    T3331614 is the functional/dimensional equivalent part. I believe it's from a Daytona, Street Triple, Rocket III Roadster and possibly others.  Perhaps that part number is more easily available.  I used it when I replaced the shifter bolt and the factory number for the brake side.

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    Re: Brake pedal pivot bolt
    Reply #4 on: Oct 10, 2018, 02.14 am
    Oct 10, 2018, 02.14 am
    Thanks one and all for the tips and advice.

    I will do some searching for alternate part numbers as well.

    Regards

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    Re: Brake pedal pivot bolt
    Reply #5 on: Oct 10, 2018, 12.30 pm
    Oct 10, 2018, 12.30 pm
    As an alternative faster solution why dont you have the old pivot drilled from center and insert a M8 ◊ 1.25 ◊ 30mm bolt like I did. Of course if you still keep the old one

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    Re: Brake pedal pivot bolt
    Reply #6 on: Oct 11, 2018, 12.07 am
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    *Originally Posted by ndursun [+]
    As an alternative faster solution why dont you have the old pivot drilled from center and insert a M8 ◊ 1.25 ◊ 30mm bolt like I did. Of course if you still keep the old one

    I came back to suggest this but saw your reply.  Now folks can argue if they should use a Stainless Steel bolt or another variation.  I used a 35mm length since that was suggested elsewhere here and it also worked fine.

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    Re: Brake pedal pivot bolt
    Reply #7 on: Oct 13, 2018, 06.21 pm
    Oct 13, 2018, 06.21 pm
    Slow day today, raining cats & dogs so I eventually stripped down my brake pedal. Its been a bit stiff for a while. All came apart easy enough, including the dreaded pivot bolt. Hardest bolt was the bottom hanger plate one due to the thread loc used. With a bit of loosening, tightening, loosening it came out ok with no damage.
    I had to drift the pivot bolt out of the brake pedal with a mallet, totally dry. The bush in the pedal looked like a bronze alloy, cleaned up ok as did the bolt. My bike is a 2013, the bolt has the grease groove,,, for all the good it did. I have no idea if this has been removed before but by the look of the hanger plate bolts it would suggest that this is the first time. I was tempted to drill a feed hole through the pedal to let me squirt lube down if it went dry again..... didn't bother this time.

     



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