SOTP Vintage Series
Main Motorcycle: The one between my legs
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Upstate NY
Other Motorcycle: A few
Extra Motorcycle: Yes
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I checked the parts book after reading your post and found the inflator brackets. In Triumph's uncanny fashion of not showing all the details, it's just a bracket on a miscellaneous parts diagram and a quantity of 2 on the parts list. I assume the lower goes onto one of those bolts for the fender bracket and the upper goes on one of the fasteners for the battery tray/brackets.
Although you have given me a few more trinkets to watch out for at swap meets.
Thank for having a keen eye, Wally.
For whatever reasons these became an almost obsession to me. I managed to find both the upper and only because the builder of a bike other than mine had forgotten the lower and refused to go back into it. The lower you can find; the upper is get lucky or make your own.
You're correct. Mine were used from 63-65 only and the upper really is made of unobtainium.
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