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Hello all. Anyone else come across this. On my 2006 ST the rebound adjustment screw on the bottom of the rear shock is on the left hand side of the bike but the Triumph handbook shows and states that it is on the right. Has the shock been fitted wrong or assembled wrong? I don't think its cause for concern as its still accessible, just odd. :hammer:
 

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Now you know the REAL secret of the Sprint ST!!!! You are now sworn to secrecy!! :razz:
 

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Ewan. The book got it wrong with this one. took me a while to locate the screw, hadn't realised that triumph were playing hide and seek games with us.
PS the book also says that the head lights are H4 when the 05/06 sprint takes H7 globes.
Cheers Gavin. :cool:
 

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Man, we need to stop helping all these guys. Let's be mischevious and the next time someone finds their damping screw we'll act like ours are all in the "right" place and that that guy needs to go to the dealer and complain, LMAO


GET ME TWO ROLLS OF FLIGHT LINE!!!
 

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On 2006-11-28 16:22, SR1 wrote:
Man, we need to stop helping all these guys. Let's be mischevious and the next time someone finds their damping screw we'll act like ours are all in the "right" place and that that guy needs to go to the dealer and complain, LMAO


GET ME TWO ROLLS OF FLIGHT LINE!!!
Oh Yes - this is brilliant and utterly pythonesque - can we, please???? :hammer:

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Uh! You think you guys got problems! :)

When I first got my '04 my manual was in German which is really handy except I don't read German very well except for "achtung" and "verboten: etc :-D :-D :-D

Dealer soon provided me with a nice English version............... I got to keep the German one in case I ever learn it.

Davem :cool:
 

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On 2006-11-29 01:25, DaveM wrote:
Uh! You think you guys got problems! :)

When I first got my '04 my manual was in German which is really handy except I don't read German very well except for "achtung" and "verboten: etc :-D :-D :-D

Dealer soon provided me with a nice English version............... I got to keep the German one in case I ever learn it.

Davem :cool:
Ah I can see it now.

Dave goes to Germany. "How many tickets sir?" the young tour operator asks in German.

Dave replies (in flawless German but of course with the double-curse of Kiwi accented strine), "Please insert part A in Part B rotate counter clockwise 3 turns, when fully locked tighten to 20NM" :roflmoa2:

Russ :-D
 
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