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post #131 of 234 (permalink) Old 06-19-2019, 09:27 PM
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Time to become creative; Cinder Red tank and mudguards need a splash of green, had these decals left over from my old Triumph, so added them on the black, quite plain, plastic side panels of my T120..... et voila !

I quite like them.

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Roadworthy,

that's some screen you've put on there, looks like you are going to go some distance?

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that's some screen you've put on there, looks like you are going to go some distance?

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Rather tall, ain't it?
It's a 22" quick attach Madstad.
It makes long rides more enjoyable.
At some point, looks become less important, though I think it also looks okay... though the bare Bonnie looks best.
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Roadworthy,

yes, you're set up for touring that's for sure. Highway foot pegs too !

Over here we have tiny roads and tiny villages so you never really get a chance to seriously tour. Our roads are also seriously like a banana republic so I don't bother long distance. I use a Triumph fly screen which helps a little bit.

I had some adhesive wording left over so did a similar thing on my screen but not 100% sure. The side panels are OK but the letters cost me a while ago when I had a Tiger. So I had some left over.

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Casper,

Good work on the lettering.

Yeah, the highway pegs are mounted on the stainless steel tip-over bar that I designed and built.
It's nice to stretch one's legs forward now and then.
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A nice day in Oz today. 27C.
That's a killer looking matte black Thruxton R!! You mind sharing what phone mount you're using? Thanks!
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That's a killer looking matte black Thruxton R!! You mind sharing what phone mount you're using? Thanks!
It’s a slightly modified Xenomix holder fixed to Triumph’s OEM mount with a twin USB outlet underneath.
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Itís a slightly modified Xenomix holder fixed to Triumphís OEM mount with a twin USB outlet underneath.
Thanks for the information and great setup for long road trips. So the OEM mount is the "Medium Handlebar Phone Holder # A9510290"... I couldn't find much about that mount other than the one one EBay.
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Thanks for the information and great setup for long road trips. So the OEM mount is the "Medium Handlebar Phone Holder # A9510290"... I couldn't find much about that mount other than the one one EBay.
You can’t fit a handlebar mount on a Thruxton R.

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http://www.triumphinstructions.com/P...9510325-EN.pdf

The holder is the Xenomix on Ebay that fits into a DVD slot.

I modified the holder and attached it to the mount.

I can put up a pix of the modifications but it’s an easy job one you fit the mount.

I use my mini iPad as a rear vision camera, GPS maps, streaming WSB, etc.


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