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    Bike kicked over
    on: Oct 06, 2019, 08.22 am
    Oct 06, 2019, 08.22 am
    Hi guys and gals, just a quick question my bike bike got kicked over by local yobs last night, early this morning, got her upright ertc is there any thing I should check or do before I attempt to start her , got to get her up.on table later to check out damage etc

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    Re: Bike kicked over
    Reply #1 on: Oct 06, 2019, 09.04 am
    Oct 06, 2019, 09.04 am
    Sorry to hear this :172:

    As far as I know, if the bike turns over, (running) the petrol supply is automatically stopped.
    If the shiny part is upright again, everything is back to normal

    I know.
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    Re: Bike kicked over
    Reply #2 on: Oct 06, 2019, 09.15 am
    Oct 06, 2019, 09.15 am
    Sorry to hear of this Noggin.   :233:

    I would check the Oil and Coolant levels to be on the safe side.

    Also check the Pivot Bolt for either the Gear Change Pedal or Rear Brake Pedal
    depending which side the Bike fell onto, as we know those are weak points.

    Take the panels off surrounding the mirror on the same side
    and check for broken tabs and mounting points of the Fairing and other parts.

    Hopefully there's not too much cosmetic damage.

    Is there any CCTV in the area ? - You might be able to stir up some interest
    with the local Police if there is, but Good Luck with that !



    Last Edit: Nov 24, 2019, 01.37 pm by Coconut

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    Re: Bike kicked over
    Reply #3 on: Oct 06, 2019, 09.29 am
    Oct 06, 2019, 09.29 am
    Thanks guys will make a start this am , bike not running when kicked over
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    Re: Bike kicked over
    Reply #4 on: Oct 06, 2019, 09.54 am
    Oct 06, 2019, 09.54 am
    Another question, when ordering  parts, ie indicator (left side whilst sat on bike) when looking online to order new one, do I need to order a left one, or right one
    https://www.fowlersparts.co.uk/parts/5597292/trophy-1215-se/front-indicators
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    Re: Bike kicked over
    Reply #5 on: Oct 06, 2019, 10.08 am
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    Frustrating.... these idiots need to get a life...

    see attached from world of Triumph, 11 is Left and 12 is Right mirror so they work on "as you sit on the bike"

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    Re: Bike kicked over
    Reply #6 on: Oct 06, 2019, 10.10 am
    Oct 06, 2019, 10.10 am
    Parts labelled "LH" ( Left Hand ) or "RH" ( Right Hand ) are always described
    as though you were sitting on the Bike facing forwards.

    The Left Indicator is part Number T2705610


    It's always worth checking the price with your Local Dealer if you have one
    that you are able to collect parts from, as they are usually cheaper.

    e.g. My Local dealer is usually around 9 or 10 % Cheaper
    than the prices quote on line by "World of Triumoh" etc.

    Cheers  :821:

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    Re: Bike kicked over
    Reply #7 on: Oct 06, 2019, 10.13 am
    Oct 06, 2019, 10.13 am
    There's also a Spreadsheet I compiled from a variety of sources with Parts information
    for the Trophy ( 2012 onwards ) that can be downloaded here for "Off Line" use  :028:

    Triumph Trophy Spare Parts List

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    Last Edit: Nov 24, 2019, 01.36 pm by Coconut

     



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