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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-05-2014, 11:33 AM Thread Starter
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Oil in frame Bonneville

Just my took posession of my 1972 Bonneville T120V

It is a nice repainted original that has been well treated over the years. It came from the Sarasota area originally and now resides in the mountains of central Arizona.

While riding in the van from Florida the rear tire went flat and a spoke put a hole in the inner tube.
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'72 "oil in frame" Bonneville

Went for my initial ride after repairing rear flat and found that the motor likes a fully charged battery and it fires up on the first kick, if the battery is charged.

I have turn signal and headlight issues Need some guidance on the function of the shiny Lucas handlebar switches. The right appears to be the same as the left but turned upside down.

I presume the Rt center flap switch is high/low beam (Center Off?) and the left is turn signals. I need wiring colors and schematic to chase down the electrical goblins left me by Lucas "the prince of darkness".
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Hi Vol. Worth posting that question (and any others) in the Classic Vintage and Veteran subforum as you are likely to get more answers:

https://www.triumphrat.net/classic-vintage-and-veteran/

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