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  1. Looking for ‘01-‘08 Bonneville motor

    Air Cooled Twins Talk
    I’m looking for a replacement motor for my ‘06 T100 (865) and hoping some of you fine folks can point me in the right direction. I see some on eBay between $800-$1200 but don’t know how much I can trust them. Was hoping someone on here might be in the know of a good motor for sale. I’m in...
  2. Sold WTB A9738018 Triumph Sissy Bar High Kit

    For Sale/Wanted -Gear
    Can not find new sissy bar high kit anywhere online. If anyone has they are willing to sell, please let me know. A9738018 is the OEM part number that includes everything needed for the mounting of the sissy bar high kit. Bike: 2009 Triumph Bonneville Location: Wisconsin
  3. New rubber needed on 2011 Thruxton Kenda tires anyone ?

    Club Cafe'
    So I bought a thruxton with some beat up Perelli speed demons.There's a need a new set of rubber. I asked around at my tire dealer and he recommended going with the Kenda's. I was thinking about going Perelli's but I'm considering the kendas .However I could not find any Triumph owners...
  4. CO - 2014 Triumph Scrambler - $7,000 OBO

    Triumph motorcycles For Sale/Wanted - USA - Canada
    Welp. Just bought this thing three months ago and already life has decided it's not time to own a bike - love this thing and have no issues with it, however my father had a few big life changes and has to sell his '71 Maverick Grabber that he restored/built over a decade ago and I can't live...
  5. EFI head on carb america?

    Air Cooled Twins Technical Talk
    can a efi head be put on a carb bonneville engine? Existing head is damaged beyond repair and cannot find a carb replacement for the right money but there seem to be more Efi heads out there. They have different part numbers but I cannot see a difference. Can I simply put an efi head on in place...
  6. First Question!

    The Welcome Center
    Does anyone know if the Street Scrambler Engine Bars will fit on the Street Twin? I really like the more understated look of the scrambler bars.