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Hi,
I dont really know much about early triumph history :embarrassed:, so the question is are there any good books. I had seen this one on Amazon for £7.50
TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLES TWINS AND TRIPLES by TIM REMUS
anyone know if its informative or can you suggest an alternative. Its early (60's) Bonnevilles, Daytonas & TR6's I'm most interested in.

Many thanks Keith :)
 

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Triumph Motorcycle Buyers Guide....by Roy Bacon and Triumph In America...by Brooke and Gaylin...also good sources....
 

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Triumph Trophy Bible - Wooldridge
Triumph 21 to Daytona - Vale
Bonnie The Development History - Nelson
Triumph Tiger 100 and Daytona - Nelson
Triumph Twin Restoration - Bacon
The Triumph Story - Minton

plus many more
 

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Cheers for all the info,
I am going to order a couple from amazon and try and get a couple more from the library. :)
 

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avoid anything written by a John or Johnny Tipler. In my opinion he is the North end of a South bound horse.
 

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If you want to go faster, look for a copy of "Triumph Tuning" by Stan Shenton on Amazon. He was the factory tuner and worked for Boyer Triumph , a retailer and tuner for many years. its only fifty pages but full of good advice up to factory spec.
 
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