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TRIUMPH 650 750 SHOP MANUAL REPAIR BOOK HAYNES TWIN 649 744 BONNEVILLE TR6 T140
TRIUMPH 650 750 SHOP MANUAL REPAIR BOOK HAYNES TWIN 649 744 BONNEVILLE TR6 T140
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1976 and Later Triumph Rear Wheel with Disc Brake on a Dunlop Rim T140 TR7
1976 and Later Triumph Rear Wheel with Disc Brake on a Dunlop Rim T140 TR7
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TRIUMPH REAR WHEEL BEARINGS 1976-83 TR7 TIGER T140 BONNEVILLE
TRIUMPH REAR WHEEL BEARINGS 1976-83 TR7 TIGER T140 BONNEVILLE
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BSA A65, Triumph T120, T140, T150, OIF FRAME, Head Lamp, 2 GROMMETS, 391-862217
BSA A65, Triumph T120, T140, T150, OIF FRAME, Head Lamp, 2 GROMMETS, 391-862217
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Triumph Logo, T100, T120, T140, T150, T160, OIF, Kickstart Rubber, OEM, f/sh
Triumph Logo, T100, T120, T140, T150, T160, OIF, Kickstart Rubber, OEM, f/sh
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Triumph T140 T150 Muffler OE Style 1-3/8" Left, Right 71-4159/P
Triumph T140 T150 Muffler OE Style 1-3/8" Left, Right 71-4159/P
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1976 Triumph T140 V Bonneville 750 R3*435 SIGNALS
1976 Triumph T140 V Bonneville 750 R3*435 SIGNALS
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Triumph T140, Trident T150, T160, OEM, OIF, Tail Lamp Support GROMMETS, F/SH
Triumph T140, Trident T150, T160, OEM, OIF, Tail Lamp Support GROMMETS, F/SH
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MAP Triumph TR6/TR7/T120/T140 BSA Oil In Frame Ultimate Filter Kit Black
MAP Triumph TR6/TR7/T120/T140 BSA Oil In Frame Ultimate Filter Kit Black
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Rider Foot Rubber Triumph Bonneville Tiger T140 TR7 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 78
Rider Foot Rubber Triumph Bonneville Tiger T140 TR7 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 78
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Triumph T120, T140, T150, Rider, Passenger & Shift FOOT PEG RUBBERS, F/SH
Triumph T120, T140, T150, Rider, Passenger & Shift FOOT PEG RUBBERS, F/SH
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Shock Absorbers Triumph Bonneville Tiger 1972 T140 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978
Shock Absorbers Triumph Bonneville Tiger 1972 T140 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978
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Triumph, BSA, OIF, Clutch Cable Rubber Boot, A65, T120, T140, T150, T160, F/SH
Triumph, BSA, OIF, Clutch Cable Rubber Boot, A65, T120, T140, T150, T160, F/SH
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Triumph T120, T140, T150, BSA A65, OIF, 2 OEM Gear Shift & Stand Rubbers, F/SH
Triumph T120, T140, T150, BSA A65, OIF, 2 OEM Gear Shift & Stand Rubbers, F/SH
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Vintage Triumph TR7 T140 Others Rear Disc Brake 1976 and Up Master Cylinder Kit
Vintage Triumph TR7 T140 Others Rear Disc Brake 1976 and Up Master Cylinder Kit
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BSA, Triumph, OIF, T120, T140, 1971-82, OEM, Air Filter Rubber Connectors, TWO
BSA, Triumph, OIF, T120, T140, 1971-82, OEM, Air Filter Rubber Connectors, TWO
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BSA, Triumph, OIF, OEM 1971-on, A65, B25, B50, A70, T120, T140, T150 Fork Boots
BSA, Triumph, OIF, OEM 1971-on, A65, B25, B50, A70, T120, T140, T150 Fork Boots
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TRIUMPH T140 TR7 BONNEVILLE 1976 ON REAR MASTER CYLINDER STAINLESS PN# 60-4401 S
TRIUMPH T140 TR7 BONNEVILLE 1976 ON REAR MASTER CYLINDER STAINLESS PN# 60-4401 S
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Vintage Triumph BSA Norton Copy of Amal Clutch Lever with Adjuster T140 1976 ++
Vintage Triumph BSA Norton Copy of Amal Clutch Lever with Adjuster T140 1976 ++
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Triumph Norton Commando Peashooter OE Style 1-3/8" Left, Right 06-1978/T140
Triumph Norton Commando Peashooter OE Style 1-3/8" Left, Right 06-1978/T140
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BSA B25, B50, A65. Triumph T120, T140, OEM, OIF, FUEL TANK MOUNTS, FREE SHIPPING
BSA B25, B50, A65. Triumph T120, T140, OEM, OIF, FUEL TANK MOUNTS, FREE SHIPPING
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Related 1976 TRIUMPH T140 information

going to pick up a 1098S wednesday!!!

d*nkchamp55 said: unfortunatly its not for me :lol: my buddy is picking up his 1098s this wednesday and has picked me to be his wing man :thumbsup: it is a thing of beauty its hard to take your eyes off the damn thing. ill have some pics up very soon, the coolest thing is that itll be parked in my garage for the time being until he finds a decent spot to house it. itll be tough to not take it out, hopfully he leaves a key at my crib........

s*lversv1k said: unfortunatly its not for me :lol: my buddy is picking up his 1098s this wednesday and has picked me to be his wing man :thumbsup: it is a thing of beauty its hard to take your eyes off the damn thing. ill have some pics up very soon, the coolest thing is that itll be parked in my garage for the time being until he finds a decent spot to house it. itll be tough to not take it out, hopfully he leaves a key at my crib........ what color :drool:

d*nkchamp55 said: red of course.....its a ducati duhhhhh, they had a black one as well but he says its gonna be red, eventhough the black is absolutely devious!!!!!!!!!

s*lversv1k said: red of course.....its a ducati duhhhhh, they had a black one as well but he says its gonna be red, eventhough the black is absolutely devious!!!!!!!!! ya either is hot, but id be different and go with the black with red frame, i almost bought a yellow 1098 before i found the 10r, man that thing was tempting :badteeth:

m*refire said: AWESOME BIKE!! I was DROOLING over a 2008 1098R in Red at the dealer the other day. If I had the cash to spend I would have on of those too:occasion1

s*lversv1k said: AWESOME BIKE!! I was DROOLING over a 2008 1098R in Red at the dealer the other day. If I had the cash to spend I would have on of those too:occasion1 ya i saw a desmo rr next to a 1098r and i almost made a mess in my pants :thumbsup:

06BLK10R said: So he gonna let ya ride it D.C.:thumbsup:

jdg*n_13 said: not sure on his weight (stock spring rates suck) but the 1098 is such a fantastic bike. have had mine for a year now and it is just a great experience every time i take her out. Be sure he has them set-up the suspension on it, as the rake is way off from the box, ass need to be raised and the shock needs to adjusted as well. If i decide to get crazy i am selling my modded base in europe at years end and my vette and buying a 1098R...same geometry as the desmo but way more torque and traction control, what more could you ask for a street and track bike?

d*nkchamp55 said: 06blk-well i sat on it at the dealer and he said "well thats as far as you go on it" so we shall see on the ride. im sure ill get to take it out but im not gonna force the issue. jdgun-they are keeping the dealership open late for us tomorrow so we can get everything setup.

m*dnessracing said: Hopefully he doesnt find a house too soon!!:thumbsup:

c*rcusnuts said: Riding buddy bought an 08 and already has between 2 and $3,000 invested just to get to up to par with his 2004 1000rr. Great looking bike f'sho, but I'm not fooled. I started riding dirt bikes in 1980 and I just don't think I've known a time when the Japanese bikes didn't rule the road.

ph*stone said: Riding buddy bought an 08 and already has between 2 and $3,000 invested just to get to up to par with his 2004 1000rr. Great looking bike f'sho, but I'm not fooled. I started riding dirt bikes in 1980 and I just don't think I've known a time when the Japanese bikes didn't rule the road. Yeah, but the italian bikes have so much "character". :lol: :headshake

d*nkchamp55 said: funny story i had the parts guy rollin....i bought a new battery from them, he told me that its the same battery they run in alot of ducati's. so i ask the guy "do i need to bring the battery in every 1000 miles for a valve adjustment"? i have never seen soo many overpaid parts guys laughin their asses off.

WTt*olman said: Yeah, but the italian bikes have so much "character". :lol: :headshakeYeah, but it's "character" is extremely overpriced! I believe Harley-Davidsons also have this "character"

mr_h*nez said: Yeah, but the italian bikes have so much "character". :lol: :headshake Mine definitely does..... :badteeth: And I love her to death for them. :thumbsup: Say what you want, but until you own one you will never know what the craving is all about.... Yeah, she'll never be as fast as my ZX10, but I didn't buy her for that, she turns like mad, and has puhhhlenty of torque for the twisties. And the sound- Magnifico!! The Termi's sound great, especially when the baffles are out. My ZX is my baby as well, and I will never get rid of her either. But both are for different things, my Z-girl for speed and Phi Slamma Jamma- and believe it or not for two-up. (The Duc should NEVER be confused with a passenger carrying vehicle and is little more of a torture rack for the back seat occupant.) Both get mad looks, so thats a wash. Sometimes I wish I could ride both at the same time! :lol: But like everything, to each his own. I love both of my girls, and ride them as much as I can all the time, mostly switching off between the two. :cool:

s*lversv1k said: funny story i had the parts guy rollin....i bought a new battery from them, he told me that its the same battery they run in alot of ducati's. so i ask the guy "do i need to bring the battery in every 1000 miles for a valve adjustment"? i have never seen soo many overpaid parts guys laughin their asses off. :spit::lol:

gpz1100 said: :thumbsup: Wouldn't mind at all if someone were to park one of those in my garage. But I'd insist on a key, just in case the house started to collapse due to an earth quake or tornado. :lol:

m*nchie said: Leaving a new Duc over your house, if he leaves the keys; that's alot of pressure to put on a friend...might have to do a test run, just to make sure he's getting his well spent money's worth. :mrgreen:

z*ta xray said: Riding buddy bought an 08 and already has between 2 and $3,000 invested just to get to up to par with his 2004 1000rr. Went to a track day recently with my buddy who has a 1098S Tricolore. When we unloaded all of the other Ducati guys came around asking if he had done oll of the necessary mods to get it to handle. "Nope, it is box stock." They all dismissed him as not being in the know and walked away disappointed. After a few sessions on the track they were all back wanting to know the real story since he was railing past them entering corners, through the corners and exiting the corners. Sorry guys, it is still box stock. Later a former BSB Duc rider got on it and he thought it was awesome. Perfect set up. Those guys that are spending big bucks to swap things out might find that the money is better spent on learning how to ride. BTW the former BSB rider was turning lap times as fast as any full on race prepped liter bike. And that was on a box stock bike.

06BLK10R said: 06blk-well i sat on it at the dealer and he said "well thats as far as you go on it" so we shall see on the ride. im sure ill get to take it out but im not gonna force the issue. jdgun-they are keeping the dealership open late for us tomorrow so we can get everything setup. :lol::occasion1

d*nkchamp55 said: just got back home from helpin him pick it up, unfortunetly he found somewhere to store it where he lives, good for him bad for me :) hahaha. ill have pics up shortly. man what a sweet ride.....

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*range Juice said: They look gorgeous but as soon as I heard they were slow ass v-twins I ditched the notion of getting one.

d*nkchamp55 said: eh not too sure about the "slow ass v-twins" comment, you must be misinformed...

*range Juice said: eh not too sure about the "slow ass v-twins" comment, you must be misinformed... I am, but I still don't like the way they sound.

z*ta xray said: I am, but I still don't like the way they sound. Wow. When I read this it makes me think that you have never heard a Ducati, especially with the Termignoni exhaust. :rolleyes:

mr_h*nez said: Wow. When I read this it makes me think that you have never heard a Ducati, especially with the Termignoni exhaust. :rolleyes: Mine sounds like angels singing with the Termi's.. :thumbsup: Really LOUD, throaty angels....:lol: Who wouldn't like that ?!?!!??:badteeth:

06stlzx10 said: amazing bike

th*mightymezzo said: :thumbsup: Wouldn't mind at all if someone were to park one of those in my garage. But I'd insist on a key, just in case the house started to collapse due to an earth quake or tornado. :lol: :spit: :+1:

*nzo10 said: red of course.....its a ducati duhhhhh, they had a black one as well but he says its gonna be red, eventhough the black is absolutely devious!!!!!!!!! :thumbsup: , what was he thinking he should have gone with the black one my friend here in texas ordered a black one and they sayd it may take up to 3 months for one to come around .

*range Juice said: Mine sounds like angels singing with the Termi's.. :thumbsup: Really LOUD, throaty angels....:lol: Who wouldn't like that ?!?!!??:badteeth: Ehh... if you want your sport bike sounding like a Harley or other cruiser than more power to ya. I'll still with my I4's until I get a cruiser.

Mtn Z said: A Harley huh? Having both a 10R and an RC51, I can tell you that my bike sure doesn't sound like a Harley. My 10R sounds great, but it pales in comparison to a twin. Oh and after having ridden my dad's 1098S with Termis and a PCIII, the last thing that comes to mind is slow ass v-twin. The 1098 rips!

*range Juice said: A Harley huh? Having both a 10R and an RC51, I can tell you that my bike sure doesn't sound like a Harley. My 10R sounds great, but it pales in comparison to a twin. Oh and after having ridden my dad's 1098S with Termis and a PCIII, the last thing that comes to mind is slow ass v-twin. The 1098 rips! For the extra $$ it costs to buy a 1098 I could turbo my already faster 6,000 ZX10.

Dr*in Fade said: too bad you could buy a few 10r's for that...what a waste of money.

d*nkchamp55 said: man the last few comments make me sick. i guess some may say "you pay for the name" blah blah blah. this bike is the nicest put together bike i have ever seen, the fit and finish is top notch, the sound (harley hahahahah give me a break) open carbon fiber clutch cover even with stock exhaust is something to behold. and adding a turbo to an already 160rwhp bike is pointless unless you do straight lines and you wanna burn up your tire with useless horsepower.

d*nkchamp55 said: ENZO- they have an 08 black S with 0 miles sittin up here in Corse, have your buddy call Corse Superbike and talk to kelly, im sure they could work something out.

*range Juice said: too bad you could buy a few 10r's for that...what a waste of money. Yeah, but to each their own. I guess it's some fad or something to pay for an overpriced bike when a ZX10R will do the same thing and better for thousands less. No slipper clutch, v-twin, single sided swingarm, goofy lookin' gauge cluster, jinglin'-n-janglin' noisy open clutch cover overpriced...meh. I can get useless carbon fiber garbage bling bling Pablo Enrique Escobar covers for my 10R too. And pig spotters, gixxer mirrors and CF bar ends to boot. It is an attractive bike, but that's about all. :helmet:

ph*stone said: Mine definitely does..... :badteeth: And I love her to death for them. :thumbsup: Say what you want, but until you own one you will never know what the craving is all about.... Yeah, she'll never be as fast as my ZX10, but I didn't buy her for that, she turns like mad, and has puhhhlenty of torque for the twisties. And the sound- Magnifico!! The Termi's sound great, especially when the baffles are out. My ZX is my baby as well, and I will never get rid of her either. But both are for different things, my Z-girl for speed and Phi Slamma Jamma- and believe it or not for two-up. (The Duc should NEVER be confused with a passenger carrying vehicle and is little more of a torture rack for the back seat occupant.) Both get mad looks, so thats a wash. Sometimes I wish I could ride both at the same time! :lol: But like everything, to each his own. I love both of my girls, and ride them as much as I can all the time, mostly switching off between the two. :cool: ...was waiting for a duc owner to pipe up about how people without one just don't understand. I have a v-twin and I've rode friends' ducs. They weren't the newest style but nonetheless, I wasn't impressed. My japanese bikes turn just as good and the whole v-twin torque thing is moot these days as the inline-4s make just as much or more in most cases. The 1098/848 are definitely nice looking bikes and waaay better looking than the 999/749 series and I'm not saying I wouldn't take one if I won/was given one. But they don't do anything a japanese bike can't do for less money.

Mtn Z said: man the last few comments make me sick. i guess some may say "you pay for the name" blah blah blah. this bike is the nicest put together bike i have ever seen, the fit and finish is top notch, the sound (harley hahahahah give me a break) open carbon fiber clutch cover even with stock exhaust is something to behold. and adding a turbo to an already 160rwhp bike is pointless unless you do straight lines and you wanna burn up your tire with useless horsepower. No joke! Pretty ridiculous comments about something they have never ridden before. I have an 04 10R as well and I can tell you that a 10R would have trouble with a 1098. Very well put together, beautiful and they sound awesome. I love 10Rs just like the rest or else I wouldn't have one. But calling a 1098 more or less junk is pretty closed minded IMO.

d*nkchamp55 said: i hear ya mtn....yeah i guess to some they are overpriced garbage, but my buddy has worked his ass of to get this bike, to each their own i guess. alot of haters out there.......not mentioning any (orange) names but jeez dude relax. jinglin janglin noise, hmmm maybe thats the point, did you expect a open dry clutch to sound like a wet clutch? the point of this thread was to show the 1098s not to get certain people up on their milk crates to explain their love of jap bikes and tear apart duc's.......

*nzo10 said: ENZO- they have an 08 black S with 0 miles sittin up here in Corse, have your buddy call Corse Superbike and talk to kelly, im sure they could work something out. thanks i will tell my friend he has been wating for that bike for like a month now :thumbsup: and thats not even half the time they told him he had to wait

d*nkchamp55 said: enzo i PM'd ya with some info

*drenaline said: thats a nice bike...id still get black though. I rode the 1098 and while the price doesnt scare me off its just so uncomfortable as a street bike that its a complete deal breaker. Its all about personal choice and for me its my 05 10r all the way

mr_h*nez said: Yeah, but to each their own. I guess it's some fad or something to pay for an overpriced bike when a ZX10R will do the same thing and better for thousands less. No slipper clutch, v-twin, single sided swingarm, goofy lookin' gauge cluster, jinglin'-n-janglin' noisy open clutch cover overpriced...meh. I can get useless carbon fiber garbage bling bling Pablo Enrique Escobar covers for my 10R too. And pig spotters, gixxer mirrors and CF bar ends to boot. It is an attractive bike, but that's about all. :helmet: Aaaaah, the haters....... Never understood someone that has so much hate for something that never owned one. Never mind ever riding one. I'm not saying that my Duc is the greatest ever but it is a very well engineered, mechanically sound, outstanding motorcycle. And I defy ANYONE to disagree with me after riding her. She may be a fraction more expensive than bike 'b', but that was my choice to make and I can guarantee that no one has one just like her around here. I can also guarantee I will be having just as much fun as anyone riding mine as they do theirs no matter what they ride. And I'll match my "goofy lookin' gauge cluster" with that pile Kawi put on the first gens any day. I own one so I know a little about that too. As far as the slipper clutch goes, how often do you use that on the street? I haven't seemed to have needed mine at all there..... Hmmm.... I'm not a pro racer and I doubt not too many here are either so I don't understand the slipper clutch comment. If you need one you will usually get one thats better than a OEM version anyway. I just don't understand ignorance and hate for the sake of hating. Not my style.....

s*perman10r said: if had the money probably would buy one or maybe the new beemer.

T*tan said: The black with red frame looks alot nicer. Sweet looking bike nonetheless :thumbsup: I'm not a hater, but I have to agree with Phastone :+1: I'm sure it will be a uncomfortable wonderful bike :spit:

jdg*n_13 said: suprosingly it is not that bad once your out and riding, unless traffic is involved. i put on some Dan Kyle eccentric bars and they seem to do the trick nicely. my 2004 ZX10R with Sato Clip-ons feels like a damn couch compared to it though. Either way, i love all the haters that talk shit about the 1098.. They are normally the same ignorant ass clowns that talk shit about ZO6 vettes & Vipers that smoke $200,000+ ferraris and porsches for half the price. I am seriously thinking about selling my 1098 and car and getting a 1098R, that my friend is a truly amazing bike that the Japs can only dream of emulating

ph*stone said: Either way, i love all the haters that talk shit about the 1098.. They are normally the same ignorant ass clowns that talk shit about ZO6 vettes & Vipers that smoke $200,000+ ferraris and porsches for half the price. I am seriously thinking about selling my 1098 and car and getting a 1098R, that my friend is a truly amazing bike that the Japs can only dream of emulating I'm not a "hater" of the 1098. God I hate that word and anything that includes the word "hatin" in it. I don't know why it became popular but I wish it would go away. Anyway. Back to the topic. I think you have it backwards. The people who are realistic about the fact that a Japanese bike can do the same thing an Italian bike can for less money would be talking shit about the $200k ferraris/p-cars, etc. that get their asses handed to them by the Z06/ZR1 and vipers. Not the other way around since they know more expensive doesn't always mean better/faster. When it comes to vehicles, anyway. And the 1098R is a great bike. But if the Japanese companies designed a bike that would cost the consumer $40k, it would either match or likely beat the duc in every performance category. And be more reliable doing it.

sh*ft said: Good for him i hope he enjoys it.