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A few days ago I found a website where you could download a replacement parts catalogue by year model for free. Luckily I saved a .pdf copy of the one I needed. I was trying to go back and find the link again so I could download a different catalogue for my dad's bike, but now I can't find it. Does anyone know where I can download them? Here's the serial number on the bike I'm trying to find now: PL 06679, TR67.

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Woody/GPZ,

Thanks for the info. That wasn't the particular site I was looking for, but good info for others.

What about the serial number? I can't figure out what the year model is?
 

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Hey I thought that was a great site, lacking the older models but generally good. Are there any more such sites?
 

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ya know , i've found some others , but they have Kim's stuff so would rather not post . i checked a couple of those last sites and didn't see Kim's sig on them .

what you chose to d/l is up to you :)
 

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Het Woody that was pretty good thanks. Is there something else that's similar?
 

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If you go back to the classicbike.biz site homepage, then go to the Triumph stuff, it looks like they have a lot more shop manuals than parts manuals, and some good carb info, among other things.
 
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