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1979 T140E into Rickman

Discussion in 'Triumph (Classic)' started by mudplugger, Jan 21, 2016.

  1. mudplugger

    mudplugger

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    thanks, will get onto it asap. photos will be on soon.
     
  2. mudplugger

    mudplugger

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    finally sorted most of the niggly problems, really enjoying the rides. handles fantastic, goes really well. still some improvements to make but just going to put some miles on it and enjoy for a few months. hopefully a before and after photo should be attached. thanks for all the help and advice. its a comfort to know all the answers are here somewhere. [[​IMG]
     
  3. mudplugger

    mudplugger

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    weight is about 150kg, weighed at MOT by front wheel weight and rear wheel weight added together. I think standard T140 is about 46 hp. this is standard but with polished ports. it is a small bike and according to the scales is about 65kg lighter than my commando, I stand corrected if you have better weights available.[​IMG][/url%20copy_zpsqzwkkdkb.jpg[/img]0copy_zpsjbtheomy.jpg[/IMG][/URL][​IMG]
     
  4. Fast Eddie

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    Looks great.
    Enjoy!
     
  5. auldblue

    auldblue VIP MEMBER

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    You've done a great job and turned out a real smasher. You must be thrilled to bits when you take her for a spin, always a great feeling when you look at it and think "I did that" . Top work , now you can give it a public flogging.
     
  6. wakeup

    wakeup

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    That's outstanding!! Congratulations, enjoy to the max!!
    cheers
    wakeup
     
  7. trident sam

    trident sam

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    Yes, well done ---- a great job !
    sam
     
  8. Rocker

    Rocker

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    Superb job mate you should be very proud :D
     

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