Triumph Scrambler

Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by danger_dave, May 29, 2006.

  1. motorjon68

    motorjon68 Been here awhile

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    QD, I saw your post. There's an '07 for $7199 at another dealer. I don't think $6700 for a two yr old demo is that good. Not terrible but brand new for $500 more seems better. Thank you for the info though.
  2. queenpdog

    queenpdog Long timer

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    You could check out cycletrader. I have been looking for a while. I don't think you'll find one much cheaper, but I'll certainly keep my fingers crossed for ya.
  3. zokalr13

    zokalr13 Been here awhile

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    as an avid SCRAMBLER lover,i took the wife to the bike shop to SHOW OFF my possible next purchase...she yawned and said:"i like the THRUXTON better"...aw ,KRIPES!! what the hell am i gonna do NOW????? :confused
  4. Cos

    Cos Re-Greekified

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    Buy her a Thruxton.


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  5. jwrover

    jwrover Been here awhile

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    I NEED A PHOTO FIX!

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    I am about 2 months away from buying my own!!! I need photo Scrambler Sex to keep me going. Please Help by posting photos of your rider!...RIDE...I don't care bout you!

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  6. Mista Vern

    Mista Vern Knows all - tells some.

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  7. MeridianKnight

    MeridianKnight Adventurer

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    Alright. . . been meaning to post these.
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    Along Marine Dr. to Fort Point.

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    Fort Point Parking Lot underneath the Golden Gate

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    The flag atop Fort Point and the Golden Gate in the mirrors while looking toward SF Bay.
  8. jimmy73

    jimmy73 Been here awhile

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    What kind of bag is that and is it on a solo or stock seat?
  9. queenpdog

    queenpdog Long timer

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    Great shot! Too bad about the urine sample.....I'm going to have to find a solution for that when I pick up my Scrammy. Has anyone switched that out to a different type resevoir?
  10. Mudhen

    Mudhen Foul Adventurer

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    I think I have a couple I never posted...

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  11. trustme

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    2 x scramblers on a run up through the Waipoua forest to the Hokianga Harbour


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  12. advtrip

    advtrip n00b

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    Just picked up a Scrambler. Not sure if it was the right choice but time will tell. I'm interested in if anyone has the new D&D pipes and what they thought of them?
  13. Krahe

    Krahe Been here awhile

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    I am officially jealous.

    Keep up the pics! :thumb

    Finally, someone else who also thinks the brake resevoir looks like a urine cup ;) I believe we discussed this before, and short of swapping bars with a bonnie it was agreed that putting a black wrist band around the resevoir helps greatly.

    Still, cant wait to get mine!
  14. M700

    M700 Been here awhile

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    Taken on a ride out to my friend's wheat farm outside of Waterville, in Douglas County Washington early this afternoon. Put in about 90 miles, with 30 or so of that on dirt roads. Great afternoon, and yes, the Scrambler scrambles just fine! :D
  15. jwrover

    jwrover Been here awhile

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    You guys Rock!
    Thanks for the Photo fix!

    Advtrip, If you don't want it I'll come and pick it up! We wouldn't want it cluttering up the garage if its not wanted!:lol3

    O' yah, the Urine analysis cup must be a European thing...My BMW has one just like it!...U'ra Pee In...Get it? Ha hA hA !:freaky
  16. MeridianKnight

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    It's actually an Ogio Tank bag, but it just works better behind and the seat is stock.

    The resevoir actually never bothered me before, though now I may feel a little self-conscious. I think the wrist band solution mentioned previously is the most efficient, not to mention cost effective.
  17. queenpdog

    queenpdog Long timer

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    Sorry about that. For some reason it just stands out for me. You have a beautiful bike and with a wristband, it'll be even better. If they come in two packs, send me the mate!
  18. davorallyfan

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    Dunno wether I have posted these b4 but.

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    Hanging out in Qld with the DR crowd - I got a DR too and love it.
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    Longest distance award won by me on scrambler
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    Hanging out with old skool
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  19. M700

    M700 Been here awhile

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    Good Scrambler photos Mudhen & Dave - Thanks! Nice to see the bikes working for a living, and playing in the rough! :D
  20. tri boy

    tri boy Been here awhile

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    Geez Dave, ya house needs a lick of paint. Park that scrambler up, amd hop to it.:0-0:ken