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"How To's" Technical Guides / Re: centre stand disaster
« on: September 06, 2019, 08:24:25 pm »
ok thanks mate - ill have a look for the vin

i also note that yours is a damn site cleaner than mine lol (then again i do use mine every day for work)

i can only hope that i get some help from Triumph (as it was from a dealer and is dealer serviced)

thanks again

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"How To's" Technical Guides / Re: centre stand disaster
« on: September 06, 2019, 06:52:48 pm »
hi Coconut

unfortunately i think it is the part of the main frame that has snapped - seems to be a forged ring that the main threaded bolt and eye goes through - i have finally got a picture for you to look at (and sympathize with me)

its about the best photo i could get - as i cant put it on the centre stand to see properly lol



thanks

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"How To's" Technical Guides / Re: centre stand disaster
« on: September 06, 2019, 03:55:30 pm »
cheers guys - as soon as it stops raining ill go and roll on the floor

its a 2015 bike so shouldnt have had the recall (as far as i am aware)

ta

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"How To's" Technical Guides / centre stand disaster
« on: September 06, 2019, 03:29:27 pm »
Hi all - im not sure of the correct name for the item however, the bracket that the centre stand bolts into on the left side of the bike has snapped right through the centre of the screw section

can anyone tell me what (if its separate) that part would be referred to so i can order a new one - or is it part of a frame section (meaning im completely buggered without some welding)

i know it wasnt a very good description i will try and get some photos once it stops raining

cheers

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New Members / Digital speedo
« on: January 31, 2019, 10:20:02 pm »
Evening all
Does anyone else have a problem with the digital speedo not working under 5 degrees C
The normal speedo works fine - but the one on the central console only works when its a balmy 6 degrees or higher

cheers

Rincy

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Modifications and Appearance / Re: knee rubbing on tank sides
« on: March 18, 2018, 04:18:31 pm »
unfortunately the tank pads are for where the knees touch the side - due to my very long legs the rubbing is directly under the tank lip - so i am getting the area wrapped with a ceramic wrap - will let you know how it goes - as it should be very hard wearing

cheers all

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Modifications and Appearance / Re: knee rubbing on tank sides
« on: March 13, 2018, 04:46:36 pm »
thanks for the info

it would seem that Triumph in the US have a lot more in the way of accessories than here in good old blightly

ill take a look at the snake skins


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Modifications and Appearance / knee rubbing on tank sides
« on: March 13, 2018, 04:25:02 pm »
I wonder if anyone else has had the issue of their knee pads in the trousers (abrasive covering) rubbing the paint from the shaped part of the cowling below the tank.

could just be due to my long legs - but wondered if you had how you dealt with it

ta

rincy

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