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  1. 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...
  2. Maintenance & Workshop Talk
    Hi , Im Marcus and have a new / old Triumph. I live on the Isle of Wight and lately have been spending shed loads of lovely time in my garage .... Im currently working on a T100R engine and have to remove the crankshaft pinion nut as suspect the timing mark is not where it should be ( The nut...
  3. Classic, Vintage & Veteran
    I've got one of each of these, 1967 and 1969 T100R 500cc. I'm rebuilding from the ground up and want to get rid of those pesky steering neck ball bearings. Yes, I know they are perfectly OK and durable, but mine are a bit corroded, and I'm a bit compulsive. If I just had the actual bearing...
  4. Classic, Vintage & Veteran
    Hello, I'm a long time Triumph enthusiast and have recently purchased an early 1967 T100R that appears to be mostly original. I have a question regarding the rear fender. It has a rolled edge all the way around, which is different from the blade type fenders rolled only at the front and back...
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