Fwiw, I've fixed it to my satisfaction two ways:-indicators
wanted to keep the original Lucas
things too visually tight at rear end. Front end too, although less so.
Yes. I'm a metaphorical, not a feathered fledgling. The bars (Pichler) are highly adjustable, have them in a comfortable position. My elbows are a bit near knees, but that's the Triumph slump.Can you reach the bars with feet on pegs? Might need rearsets
Barleycorn Engineering.rear sets
very hard to come by. In fact, don't think they are made or to be found for r.h. shift.
Ime, the standard Triumph footrests position suits "US" 'bars, too far forward for low 'bars.I'll try riding before considering rear sets. Not sure they'd be that comfortable
To my certain knowledge, Barleycorn have been doing those bits for a lo-on-ng time, I somehow doubt you're the first to want to fit them to an OIF ... ... ring 'em up and ask 'em if they can help?Being not specific for aT120/140, it leaves me wondering about such things as kickstart clearance, linkages to shifter and gears
Both the Marchant & Durward rearsets I use and the Norman Hyde rearsets mount on a plate either side spaced off the rear engine mounting bolts, original bolts replaced with longer.fixing
Uh-uh, the rider's sitting on the "bum pad", over the rear wheel; note the toe of his left boot is beside the clutch, meaning the footrest is behind the engine (i.e. about where the swinging arm pivot'd be if the bike had a swinging arm ...). Otoh, View attachment 788270 shows your bike's footrest is between primary sprockets, meaning the toe of your boot'll be about level with the front sprocket.View attachment 788527
Present approx riding position on my project.
Uh-uh:-if they broke speed records
doing the "sack o' potatoes slump"