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Installing D9 lie-flat ignition relo lie-flat bracket for numpties:



I posted this elsewhere before I found this thread.

See? Not the brightest button in the box... :confused:;)
 

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Oh man, I wish I would have made a video when I was disassembling my forks :/. Um, is there anything in particular you guys are interested in knowing?

Check out this link and see if it helps...

http://bonniemods.info/Tweaks/ForkSprings

I actually came to this thread looking for exactly that . . . oh well, I'll keep looking . . .

But the threads here are pretty good:
http://www.triumphrat.net/twins-technical-talk/91238-great-source-of-info-links-to-maintenance-tuning-modifications-and-so-on.html
 

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Paul's Videos are a must:
2012 Triumph Bonneville Oil & Air Filter Change
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-kEotjWIhk
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2012 Triumph Bonneville Chain Adjust
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_wU6DBpovM
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2012 Triumph Bonneville Tank Removal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGlgpoUvgpQ

What an absolutely brilliant set of videos, plus the masterclass of common sense and function - which is called a bike turntable.

I almost saw Paul laughing as he turned his bike around soooooh easily.

Just brilliant stuff, I've subscribed to his vids, but for some reason couldn't leave comments on his videos, on Youtube. I would have liked to thank him sincerely for his down-to-earth clarity and added hints and tips.

Just excellent, is there a way I can download them to keep 'em for when I'm working on my bike?

Cheers
Dave
 

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Ditto, I was greatly added by his vids. It's feels great to do your own work plus save a bunch of $.




What an absolutely brilliant set of videos, plus the masterclass of common sense and function - which is called a bike turntable.

I almost saw Paul laughing as he turned his bike around soooooh easily.

Just brilliant stuff, I've subscribed to his vids, but for some reason couldn't leave comments on his videos, on Youtube. I would have liked to thank him sincerely for his down-to-earth clarity and added hints and tips.

Just excellent, is there a way I can download them to keep 'em for when I'm working on my bike?

Cheers
Dave
 

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Paul's Videos are a must:

2012 Triumph Bonneville Chain Adjust
Could someone let Paul know about the 'Pop' marks that are on the swingarm for lining up the axle and chain rather than the end of the swingarm.
 

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Standard seat retro fit

Evening all,
Beloved Mrs E has asked my to go back to a 2 seat set up so she can see what all the fuss is about, having spent a *** fortune on the necessary parts :eek: The only issue seems to be fitting the standard seat - is it really just an upside down bolt fitting? doesn't seem overly secure with the quick release on the seat. a £2 bolt seems too simple, must be something I am missing methinks..

Anyone have a picture of the bolt with seat removed please? I have the touring seat not the gunfighter
 

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I like Delboy too but I am still having no luck finding a good EFI removal and air box eliminator installation vid. There are a couple but they're time lapsed or highly stylized, not really instructive. I'm doing a British Customs kit and wanted to find a nice slow, detailed one.
 
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