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  • Offline Woodsy

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    Stocking Up On Parts
    on: Jun 18, 2019, 07.36 pm
    Jun 18, 2019, 07.36 pm
    First of all, I love my 2017 TTSE.  After about a year and a half, this bike is easier and more comfortable to ride than my Harley!

    But under the circumstances that I bought this wonderful bike, and the plans that I am making for it, I must plan ahead for the impending difficulty in obtaining parts going forward. 

    As such, I am asking this:  If anyone can identify their top five major component parts that, in their experience, wear out or tend to malfunction or break easily, what would they be?  I don't want to buy and stock an entire replacement bike, but I'm just looking for a starting point here. 

    An acquaintance of mine recently broke a bolt, and the TTSE part number for that bolt, was not to be had in the United States (though it was listed under a different part number for a different bike).

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: Stocking Up On Parts
    Reply #1 on: Jun 18, 2019, 09.30 pm
    Jun 18, 2019, 09.30 pm
    Hi Woodsy,

    I've given this some thought .......  :084:

    Top 5 :

    1.   T3331520 : Gear Change Pedal & Rear Brake Pedal Pivot Bolts

    2.   Rear Suspension Wishbone Bearings, Seals & Ground Sleeves. ( Multiple Parts )

    3.   Clutch Slave Cylinder Repair Kit

    4.   T2025056 : Front Dscs ( x 2 )

    5.   Electrical Relays : 2 types - T2506035 - Changeover Relay ( Total 4 ), & T2506040 - Relay ( Total 6 ).


    Other "Good to have" parts :

    T2022395 : Front Brake Pad Kit ( x2 )
    T2021228 : Front Brake Pad Pin ( x 4 )
    T2022397 : Front Brake Pad Spring( x 4 )
    T2022391 : Front Right Caliper Piston & Seal Set
    T2022392 : Front Left Caliper Piston & Seal Set

    TT2450GG : Rear Brake Pads
    T2020966 : Rear Brake Pad Pin Set ( 2 )
    T2020954 : Rear Brake Pad Spring
    T2020050 : Rear Brake Caliper Piston & Seal Set.

    T1218001 : Oil Filter
    T3331400 : Sump Plug Washer
    T2204925 : Air Filter
    T1290181 : Spark Plugs ( NGK3478 / CR8EK ) x 3

    T3800703 : Front Wheel Bearings ( x 2 )
    T3600701 : Front Wheel Bearing Oil Seals ( x 2 )
    T2002105 : RH Front Wheel Spacer
    T2002100 : LH Front Wheel Spacer

    T3800062 : Rear Wheel / Final Drive Bearings and Seals
    T3800420 : Rear Wheel / Final Drive Bearings and Seals

    T2309082 Right Bodywork Protector ( Mirror Rubber Bumper )
    T2309083 Left Mirror Rubber Bumper ( Mirror Rubber Bumper )

    Pannier & Top Box painted covers

    T3351111 : Fairing Captive Boss Fixing ( Battery Cover & Glove Box )

    Various Rubber Grommets :

    Side Panels
    Glove Box & Battery Cover
    Front Indicator Surround Panel
    Front Wheel Arch Side Infil Panels
    Fairing Side Infil Covers

    Fairing etc Button Head Hex Screws ( M5 x 16 and others )

    Cheers  :821:

    Last Edit: Jan 07, 2020, 09.16 pm by Coconut

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    Re: Stocking Up On Parts
    Reply #2 on: Jun 19, 2019, 04.17 am
    Jun 19, 2019, 04.17 am
    Pretty complete long term spares list, coconut. :821:
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    Re: Stocking Up On Parts
    Reply #3 on: Jun 19, 2019, 10.54 am
    Jun 19, 2019, 10.54 am
    A thorough list Coconut!
    I had to laugh. The 1st spares that I bought, even before taking delivery of my used 2013 trophy, were 3 pivot bolts (no. 1 on your list!). No.2 has to be the clutch slave kit, too!.
    I'd add a few cam cover gaskets to your list, that's about it.
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    Re: Stocking Up On Parts
    Reply #4 on: Jun 19, 2019, 11.42 am
    Jun 19, 2019, 11.42 am
    What about a handful of those little plastic panel mounts with the push-in pins?

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    Re: Stocking Up On Parts
    Reply #5 on: Jun 20, 2019, 03.10 pm
    Jun 20, 2019, 03.10 pm
    Invest in a Bondhaus 5mm ball end T-Handle wrench.  It makes servicing the bike soooooo much easier and faster.

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    Re: Stocking Up On Parts
    Reply #6 on: Jun 20, 2019, 08.00 pm
    Jun 20, 2019, 08.00 pm
    That list is extensive, but IMO much of it isn't needed. In the 400,000 or so miles I've ridden, and 6 years a road raced, I've never one time had to replace the caliper piston seals on a motorcycle brake caliper. This is not a wear item, and if you maintain your brakes properly, these parts will last essentially forever. This is also true of the brake pad pins. Unless you lose one, you're good.

    Also, none of the bearings will never be hard to find; bearings are standardized items that can be cross-referenced and sourced at bearing supply places all over the world.

    Also, if you grab up one of my modded shifter pivot bolts that I will have back in hand shortly, you'll never replace that part again :)  (look for a post on this in the forum).

    For the OP: your acquaintance should be approaching the 1st IBR checkpoint here shortly :)


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    Re: Stocking Up On Parts
    Reply #7 on: Jun 20, 2019, 11.34 pm
    Jun 20, 2019, 11.34 pm
    I'm watching for the pivot bold myself, even though I have extras and it's a fairly quick, painless replacement since I NEVER gorilla fist them in and they always come out without any damage or breakage.  A one time solution would appeal to me.
    Thanks,
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