I'm not sure I've seen any after-market kits.
But even at Triumph prices this is a fairly cost-effective mod using Thrux parts.
The least expensive option is to modify the original (unadjustable) caps to take an adjusting screw.
Then to make the additional "disc washers"
This being fairly straight forward if you have access to the required machine tools, which I do, and of which Im working on now.
Actually I'm evaluating a group of products from this one particilar manufacturer, so until I'm done testing everything, I'm holding-off ordering just one part.
I can tell you that the adjustable caps I've been playing with have more range of adjustment than the OE Thruxton caps and (depending on cap version), they allow you to extend the forks out anouther 1/2" or so. This would be of particular interest to Scrambler owners looking for more ground clearance. The down side to the taller caps is clearance issues with low-slung handlebars like drag bars and M-Bars.
These are the types of issues I have to work-out -before- bringing a new product to market. Hope you understand.
Anybody here know GPS-trackers?
After reading about stolen bikes, I've realized that it would be neat to have a GPS-tracker installed. You know, the type that will tell you where your bike is, should you ever need to know. However, it is not all that easy to find the right unit. Preferably...
My 2016 Scrambler has a dogleg clutch lever with a "breakaway" slot cast into it. My brake lever is a conventional shape with no breakaway slot.
These are the factory original.
Are all years mismatched like that ?
What's up with this???
The Classic triple forum has a thread for daily modifications and shop work. Lets get that going for twins as well.
Today I lowered my T100's rear brake lever. I took the pin out, the master cylinder off and adjusted the bucket and locknut. Now I won't be beside my brake pedal on that bike, I...
There are always forum readers enquiring about high milage bikes. Those who know...know these bikes will run for ever...But who has the record? I am no where near the top. Simply post up your "ALIAS Year and Model...and where you live Lets keep the Hinkley Air cooled twin. I will kick it off...
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