Thanks Ron, yes these old tarts can hold their own in any company.RR, your Triumph is the "stand-out" bike of the group. Beautiful, classic lines. Nice job.
Yeah, I'm just a grumpy old man now!! RRGee.... You look older than I had figured you for.
Go here Bob,I like your turn indicators. Bob
Hey TR6R, I like it!!
This is my 71 Tiger.I just put in a Boyer EI after finding out the AAU was from a BSA(rotates opposite direction)So far I have rebuilt the forks,brakes,sprockets and drive chain,rear main seal,Clutch(center hub,basket,plates and primary chain)Carb and pancakefilter,sidecovers and 60`s style exhaust pipes and aTympanium rectifier.I made a solo seat bracket to give it a different look.No cutting chopping or drilling of frame,so it can be put back to stock if need be.
Yeah,I havn`t decided what to do there yet.I left it on until I take the photos for The DMV over here to get antique plates,then it is only one time registration fee.Please do something about that dreadful gargoyle light assembly!! RR
I got them from Northern Eagle.I had to cut them a little for fit.Great look. Where did you get the side panels? I am thinking of changing my T120's look to similar.
Yes, the Corbin gunfighter seat is very comfortable. It's been on the bike since '05. Others think they are too firm. I think it's fine. The only improvement would be if the "bum stop" was storage instead of solid foam. Its best features are the ease of shifting from side-to-side in the twisties, lowering the seat height a little bit, and I like the look. My '72 is a low seat frame. BobThanks for the pics Bob,Is that Corbin seat as comfortable as it looks?