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  1. Member's Restoration & Rebuild Projects
    1971 T100C Refresh. I came upon this 1971 T100C in a serendipitous way. With a little coaxing, and the permission of the owner, I got it started and took it for a brief spin. It had been sitting for awhile in his outbuilding. It followed me home (on a trailer) so it is now mine, at least for a...
  2. Classic, Vintage & Veteran
    After having my broken side stand repaired I’ve decided I should probably look into getting a center stand. Any advice on finding a reliable reproduction? Thanks!
  3. Classic, Vintage & Veteran
    Hello my name is Morgan, I have what I believe to be a 1969 T100C Trophy 500. I acquired it several years ago when my grandfather passed away. Last time it was driven was in the 80s. He drove across America several times on it. It appears to have had the oil tank parted out over its years of...
  4. Classic, Vintage & Veteran
    My '68 T100C restoration is nearing completion and the last thing I have to decide on is the seat. I've heard very good things about Corbin seats but I wanted to see what other options are out there. I'm a smaller rider (5'7, 150ibs) so I'm leaning towards low profile seats to lose some...
  5. Classic, Vintage & Veteran
    My dad had this tank sitting on a shelf and it fits my 1968 T100c. Can anyone identify it?
  6. Classic, Vintage & Veteran
    Some of you may remember my posts here quite a while back about working on my dads old triumph with him while he fought cancer. Long story short he lost the fight and without his technical experience the triumph sat. About 6 months ago I reached out to a local (PNW) classic motorcycle club and...
  7. Classic, Vintage & Veteran
    Hi, I'm building up 1965 T100c engine from parts ( with plain timing side bearing). I'm having a problem finding a suitable nut for the crankshaft half timing pinion. What is the crank thread diameter and pitch specification?. The crankshaft thread measures .695" diameter - Is this standard...
  8. The Welcome Center
    I spent last summer fixing up this 1971 T100C Trophy 500, a gift from my father-in-law before he past away. Triumph of Seattle referred me to a local expert to help me work on the bike. Full rebuild of the engine, new carb, your name it we likely did it. I was able to ride the bike last fall...
  9. The Welcome Center
    New to this forum. Just purchased a 1965 T100c (1970) engine and a few well thought out mods which wont please the traditionalists (digital speedo and tacho anyone) by previous owner. Ground up rebuild just gone through the vinning process and has 4 kilometers on clock since rebuild. Primarily...
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