Discussion in 'Triumph (Classic)' started by Fast Eddie, May 2, 2017.
That’s why I said “I’m resigned to it” ie I would prefer to avoid fitting them.
Ah, yes, good question Nigel, and I can't answer that yet definitively until I get the poor old thing together! My rebuild has been pretty slow - delays, awkward repairs, not enough time, etc. The bottom end and gearbox are together. I was thinking of posting a rebuild thread but not the usual, instead highlighting the awkward, fiddly jobs I encountered.
In the meantime, I found this on Youtube:
A very nicely presented '67, running sweetly in the South of France. Now that is a place to ride bikes.
Don’t think about it Dave, post it! That would be a very interesting thread...
I raced against unit-construction Triumph 650s back in the 60s. They were fast and handled superbly.
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