Nice ! Pirellis sure have a fine reputation. I'll bet they ride&roll very well. Hope you give us a very positive review later
Nice, clue us in to your tire choice?
I don't know what style muffler you would prefer but for temporary you could saw those "Special" mufflers off and adapt a cheap set of Harley...
Yes, my 79F also had a type d.
The 79 Special II model is a very well equipped model, front end to rear.
78E Standard type d equipped.
Not a misprint. 79 Special II F
Type e equipped
First set was brushed (black paint removed) 2017 Speed Twin.
This set is factory chrome. Bonneville T120 :cool:
Yup, exactly. I'm picking up these Triumph shocks for $100 each set as takeoffs. +shipping this time.
Norton7d for your 76 the IKON's may be a better choice.
Then you will need to cut a larger window in the standard black chain guard. Or use different shocks from a earlier era Triumph.
Correct, because "Special" shocks are shorter than standard shocks AND have a longer spring with a lower adjustable ramp position.
[ATTACH] Nope, "Special" chain guard fits and looks great un cut.
They measure by eye to eye & scale to almost 13.5" minus maybe..
Vintage rear set still avaliable with the chrome brackets and mount components.to US address USPS
Rears only are avaliable now. -R
Yes, fronts sold.
Yes, to help a 75 return to stock as you said, I'd part with the fronts.
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New Yamaha crush gaskets each time then as well ?
Messing with everybody else. They know I don't use a torque wrench under my bike lol
Do you by chance have the original tool kit ? Look into the so slim 27mm axle wrench in the kit?
Its a 79F Standard seat. Yes, like I previously posted. The step is a bit extreme and I found that seat uncomfortable too. But it is valuable as a...
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