Many parts available new. Regrettably, not many of the makers and dealers advertise on this site but, if you go to http://www.britbike.com/ and click on "Sponsors" ... Also, several good dealers in GB - L.P. Williams, TMS, Hawkshaw ...Hey who do you guys get parts from,
Mitch Klempf is in MN, Mitch has a gold-plated rep.; unfortunately, Google Maps says he's about five hours from you? :umphI'm in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, so not far from Green Bay, Minnesota
Ancillary cycle parts commonality between 350/500 (aka C-range) and 650 (aka B-range) is best between '67 and '70. There was some commonality before '67 but Triumph specifically revamped the '67 C-range to use more B-range parts; '71-on, the B-range became 'oil-in-frame' while the C-range (by then just 500) remained 'dry-frame'.Are parts interchangeable, saying like forks from a T100 1966-69
how can I find this out, is there printed material.
If you heat the swing arm with hairdryer or VERY CAREFULLY with a heat gun and freeze the bushings they almost drop in.Swing arm bits are easy to get
They may need to be line reamed after fitting but afaik some kits are already to size
They must be pulled into place by using a draw bolt. Not hammered in