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Triumph Scrambler

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

  1. TriumphRTO

    TriumphRTO Been here awhile

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    1" piece of delrin, drilled a hole in the side stand and put a screw through it with a nylon locknut.

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  2. Boxerknock72

    Boxerknock72 n00b

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    Anyone have a solid recommendation on a hard side-bag for a 2019 street scrambler?
  3. Fire Escape

    Fire Escape Long timer

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    Probably best to inquire in the Street Scrambler thread, this is the original Scrambler 900 thread.

    Bruce
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  4. LordMorgan

    LordMorgan Been here awhile

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    Does anyone have a set of dresser bars for sale? I can't find them anywhere. I'm located in SoCal, US
  5. twaldron

    twaldron Dudeman

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    Ugh, I debated taking mine off before selling the bike. I do have a like new Renntec rack, an NOS NIB tach, and a couple of fly screens leftover. Probably some other stuff.
  6. AzulTEX

    AzulTEX Adventurer

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    @twaldron, how much will you ask for the fly screen(s)?
  7. twaldron

    twaldron Dudeman

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    I’ll PM you tomorrow so we can take it off this thread. It’s a white Triumph screen and a Dart smoke. I’ve got a skid plate and an Arrow exhaust that has a couple hundred miles on it. Was cleaning the garage today and I guess it’s time to let some stuff go. I put a Renntec rack and a Triumph gel seat on eBay today.
  8. hwapios

    hwapios n00b

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  9. Dannylilwall

    Dannylilwall Adventurer

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    Gave her an extensive clean toady and a good coating of acf-50 before winter comes. Looking forward to doing some of the UK TET next month in Cornwall IMG_20200913_152327.jpg IMG_20200913_152526.jpg
  10. Bugchewer

    Bugchewer Piece of Work

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    WNY hills of Wyoming County, maple syrup & cheese!
    EC6C8953-CF6F-479F-8C9A-607C5ACB8FE4.jpeg 70ADAE90-6460-4500-8B19-227AF617B98B.jpeg 16535A68-FA93-4C49-AE52-8E92F554758A.jpeg My buddy’s Scram and my DR out for adventure today
  11. Dannylilwall

    Dannylilwall Adventurer

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    Just back from a weekend camping and trail riding in Cornwall. The scrambler was a joy to ride and the new anakee wilds were amazing in the mud! I kept up easily with my mate on his ktm 990 adventure baja

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  12. George Hanson

    George Hanson Been here awhile

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    What suspension do you have on the bike?
  13. Dannylilwall

    Dannylilwall Adventurer

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    The front has a plus 30mm lift kit to give more travel and clearance, with progressive springs from tec bike parts and 7.5w oil filled to 140mm when compressed. And the rear shocks are also from tec bike parts set to plus 15mm higher than standard . They're a lot better than the factory shocks, but it did feel the rear bottom out a couple of times on some rough sections. I will definitely be looking for some longer travel rears in the future
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  14. 250

    250 Adventurer

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    Anyone have experience converting over to a tubeless set up with the stock wheels? Something like an Outex kit? Hookalatch gave me some great info in a different thread, just wondering if anyone can give it a second or third thumbs up?
  15. WESLEY BIERY

    WESLEY BIERY n00b Supporter

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    I have been running tubeless Shinko 705 's for 7 yrs. . I had a slow leak on 1 spoke 2 yrs. in not a problem since . I used GOOP and just dabbed the spoke nipple 1 coat let it dry then a second coat.
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  16. 9.5isCanadian

    9.5isCanadian "Missing a few pieces."

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    I did my 06 air cooled using 3M products..

    No problems.

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