Listings for 1976 TRIUMPH T140

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
   $25.95
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TRIUMPH T140 19 '' FRONT WHEEL  S/S SPOKES 22 SPOKES AND 4 NIPPLES 1973-1976 *
TRIUMPH T140 19 '' FRONT WHEEL S/S SPOKES 22 SPOKES AND 4 NIPPLES 1973-1976 *
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Triumph T140, Trident T150, T160, OEM, OIF,  " 5 Speed " Rear Fender DECAL
Triumph T140, Trident T150, T160, OEM, OIF, " 5 Speed " Rear Fender DECAL
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2 EXTRA THICK Primary Gaskets, Triumph 650, 750, OIF, T120, T140, Tiger,1963-83
2 EXTRA THICK Primary Gaskets, Triumph 650, 750, OIF, T120, T140, Tiger,1963-83
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Triumph T140 V 1976 rear wheel complete original nice chrome  37-7071    D280
Triumph T140 V 1976 rear wheel complete original nice chrome 37-7071 D280
   $126.95
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1973-1980 Triumph Bonneville T140 Left Side Panel Cover
1973-1980 Triumph Bonneville T140 Left Side Panel Cover
   $20.00
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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
   $84.95
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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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1973-1980 Triumph Bonneville T140 Right Side Panel Cover
1973-1980 Triumph Bonneville T140 Right Side Panel Cover
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 Triumph 650/750 T120 T140 TR7 5 Speed Engine Seal Kit - MAP Cycle
Triumph 650/750 T120 T140 TR7 5 Speed Engine Seal Kit - MAP Cycle
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Triumph 750 Bonneville Tiger Gasket  1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 T140 TR7
Triumph 750 Bonneville Tiger Gasket 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 T140 TR7
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BSA, Triumph T120, T140, OIF, OEM Primary Chain Adjusting Tool, F/SH
BSA, Triumph T120, T140, OIF, OEM Primary Chain Adjusting Tool, F/SH
   $18.00
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Triumph 750 T140 TR7 Bonneville 750 Tiger 1973-1980 Top End Gasket Kit
Triumph 750 T140 TR7 Bonneville 750 Tiger 1973-1980 Top End Gasket Kit
   $28.95
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Shop Manual 750 Triumph T140 Bonneville TR7 Tiger 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978
Shop Manual 750 Triumph T140 Bonneville TR7 Tiger 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978
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Chrome Headlight Trim Ring Bulb Triumph BSA t120 t140 bonneville 7" lucas wipac
Chrome Headlight Trim Ring Bulb Triumph BSA t120 t140 bonneville 7" lucas wipac
   $15.79
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GENUINE TRIUMPH  AIR FILTER 60-4265 1976-83  TR6 T120V T140V T140E BONNEVILLE
GENUINE TRIUMPH AIR FILTER 60-4265 1976-83 TR6 T120V T140V T140E BONNEVILLE
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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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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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1976 Triumph T140 V Bonneville 750 R3*435 CONDENSOR
1976 Triumph T140 V Bonneville 750 R3*435 CONDENSOR
   $15.00
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Triumph T140 V 1976 original Headlight and complete wire harness    D623
Triumph T140 V 1976 original Headlight and complete wire harness D623
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Fork Boots Scraper Triumph Bonneville Tiger 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 78 T140 TR7
Fork Boots Scraper Triumph Bonneville Tiger 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 78 T140 TR7
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Related 1976 TRIUMPH T140 information

ebay levers? Worth a $60.00 gamble or not?

*r10r said: What do you guys think? Is it worth a $60.00 crap shoot? On one hand I say "its only 60 bucks", on the other I say "why chance it". What do you think? http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&_trksid=p4340.m748&item=330475485861&viewitem=&_trkparms=clkid%3D4904470685682940790

d*rt ninja said: Your crazy to put those on your bike.... Youve seen threads warning you about the pin holes not lining up on those knock off type of levers. You dont want to risk you life to save another 70 bucks.

*r10r said: Your crazy to put those on your bike.... Youve seen threads warning you about the pin holes not lining up on those knock off type of levers. You dont want to risk you life to save another 70 bucks. Thats kinda what Im thinkin right now.

th*mightymezzo said: Odds are you'd probably be ok but I don't think I'd chance it. If you have the money lying around you could review them for the forum. They may be the best thing since sliced bread.

P*PO10R said: I'm interested... I'll be standing in the crowd watching tho.

Br*ndon said: dont do it. read a thread on ducatispot where a guy bought a set from china and they froze up or something and he nearly crashed. buy the real thing, not worth it...

B*ndana said: Just what I have seen... A neighbor of mine has a K5 gsxr and he just got a set from ebay gold shorty They do not look crap and to tell you the truth they worked fine, but cannot say nothing about their durability since these are new,but for the money he paid these where really cheap about £23 he said he paid. This reply is only from what I have seen. Did not tested them for a long period so .....!!! shit may happens Regards Jo

TR*OPER said: I had some from auctmarts and they were fine. Dont believe the hype about them being bad, certain people want to discourage so youll pay 180 for the same thing with a brand name. The ones i had were beautiful, fit fime worked perfedt and cost was right. Save miney where you can and spend it on crucial shit that can kill you if it malfiunctuons i.e. Brakes, motor, suspension, wheels, tires. Levers are just bling.

N*le22 said: dont do it. read a thread on ducatispot where a guy bought a set from china and they froze up or something and he nearly crashed. buy the real thing, not worth it... Please let me know how a lever could "lock up." I am not sure I understand how that is possible. If you are looking for a review I have a set of cheaper shorties on my 08 and they work just fine. I have owned ASV, CRG, the cheaper ebay ones and Pazzos on various bikes and I would rate them in that exact order as far as quality. If you lube them before install you should be just fine.

n*tep86 said: it's not like they're just gonna lock up out of the middle of nowhere and send you cartwheeling down the expressway, you're gonna feel it slowly get tighter over time.

N*le22 said: Again I do not see how they would "get tighter over time" They come with grease or lube. I use white lighting lithium grease. Other than the bolt hole becoming dry nothing else could really get tighter. If anything it would be a cable issue. Just my .02

S*bastian1000 said: I don't see a problem? :dontknow: There isn't really much to them...as long as the perch is correct what would be the problem?

TMY10*R said: I had some from auctmarts and they were fine. Dont believe the hype about them being bad, certain people want to discourage so youll pay 180 for the same thing with a brand name. The ones i had were beautiful, fit fime worked perfedt and cost was right. Save miney where you can and spend it on crucial shit that can kill you if it malfiunctuons i.e. Brakes, motor, suspension, wheels, tires. Levers are just bling. :+1:........I've had more than a few sets AND installed quite a few on friends bikes, never had any problems or complaints.:mrgreen:

mr_h*nez said: I say get 'em and install them correctly and you'd never have a problem.

CP10R said: I say get 'em and install them correctly and you'd never have a problem. +1, they will work like every other lever available.

D*nHor7 said: I've got them. No problem other than I had to make a bushing for the clutch lever. I'd give them a: 10 on price 10 on craftsmanship 8 on assembly. 2 on parts compilation in the package IE missing a bushing for the clutch lever 8 on comfort the front edge of the levers doesn't have a very large radius kinda edgy Tons better than stock

CP10R said: I've got them. No problem other than I had to make a bushing for the clutch lever. I'd give them a: 10 on price 10 on craftsmanship 8 on assembly. 2 on parts compilation in the package IE missing a bushing for the clutch lever 8 on comfort the front edge of the levers doesn't have a very large radius kinda edgy Tons better than stock are you talking about the bushing for the retaining pin? if so, your supposed to use the one that came on the bike (probably still in your stock lever):dontknow:

gr*en10 said: In china they have towns dediacated to manufacturing all types of items so cheap it sounds like a deal.They make everything from bike parts to drywall to jewerly.It all sucks.it rs all crap.I have a good friend who goes there a couple times a year ,.and buys jewelry to sell to major stores like macy's to jc penny.He buys it for cents a piece and sells it for dollars a piece here in the states.Theses levers are made in china.No thanks.Spend the extra cash and get some CRG levers.You wont be sorry.

T*eks said: Friend of mine has some on his bike. Has used them about a year and he has no complaints.

gr*en10 said: By the way .their drywall is made from shit.Real shit;It rots out pipes and smells so bad people left their homes.Everything china makes is pure shit.

*n1wheel01 said: This info is from another forum im on rrzone.com He got them from this seller http://myworld.ebay.com/ebaymotors/helmet_hk/ And he said they are great for the price. Now thats just one persons opinion on them

CP10R said: here you go, i have had these for a few thousand miles and they work perfect. http://www.zx-10r.net/forum/showthread.php?t=91604&highlight=good+deal

*n1wheel01 said: I had some from auctmarts and they were fine. Dont believe the hype about them being bad, certain people want to discourage so youll pay 180 for the same thing with a brand name. The ones i had were beautiful, fit fime worked perfedt and cost was right. Save miney where you can and spend it on crucial shit that can kill you if it malfiunctuons i.e. Brakes, motor, suspension, wheels, tires. Levers are just bling. I've heard a lot of good things from that seller and his products

Bl*ckRifleTrucker said: I have a set of these on my gen3, couldn't be happier.

ZXR*NDY said: I bought a set and the craftmanship is outstanding, they fit perfect, I reccomend thses to all people who dont wanna shell out big bucks for the name brands.

N*le22 said: But the guy a few posts ago said "all things from china are pure shit!" All of these good reviews must be wrong... jeez.

*r10r said: Thanks for the help guys. I think Im gonna go for a set after hearing some of your positive feedback. Ill let ya know how I make out.

*bzx10r said: My opinion= you get what you pay for! My buddy has a set though & I cant even tell the difference between those and his crg's roll-a-clicks on his 6...they are lighter, so I'm only guessing they wont hold up as long but still 60 bucks you can't beat it! I do recall him bitching about how long it took to get them though, like 3-4 weeks! me personally, I'm looking into it too! so I'd buy them!

TR*OPER said: ^^yeah some of the companies take a while to get stuff here. Ive dealt with a few and auctmarts was by far the best. I got my stuff in 10 days.

*n1wheel01 said: I think its funny when ppl bitch about shipping time its from freakin Hong Kong what u expect. They send it cheap mail it keeps the.price down. U don't like the time frame then shell out $$$ for brand names.

B*rnt09zx10 said: i bought a orange set from auctmarts a couple weeks ago, and just got them in on friday and installed them last night, ill have to say i am extreemly impressed with them for how cheap they were, the only thing i would recomend is make sure the bolts are tight on them and grease all the pivot points heres a few pic's

B*rnt09zx10 said: sorry for the crappy phone pics

P*trick said: What bar ends are those?

B*rnt09zx10 said: i dont remember what brand they were, but i bought them at cycle gear, only $6 on sale, had to modify them alittle bit to make them fit they way i wanted but nothing a grinder couldnt take care of :thumbsup:

s*ki302 said: I had a set on my GSXR600. After half a track day, the brake adjuster bolt backed out, and the looseness made the adjuster lock up- it would only go one way. After re-tightening the nut, it worked again but felt gritty- the looseness caused some weird wear after 2 sessions. If you buy these, CHECK EVERY NUT AND BOLT. TWICE. -Dave

Lyc*nthrope said: here you go, i have had these for a few thousand miles and they work perfect. http://www.zx-10r.net/forum/showthread.php?t=91604&highlight=good+deal 2000 miles on mine. Absolutely perfect.

*rvins said: Fork over another $60 more and you have the real deal.

T*eks said: ^ Where i went to school 60+60=120. If you can get me a brand new "set" of pazzo's or CRG's for that price you let me know. Everywhere i have looked $179 is a pretty standard price. Btw 179-60=119

*n1wheel01 said: +1 on that

tw*dget said: here you go, i have had these for a few thousand miles and they work perfect. http://www.zx-10r.net/forum/showthread.php?t=91604&highlight=good+deal :+2:

CTSm*to said: The products currently comming out of China are infact very durable. The real tragedy is that they stole the Pazzo racing design. They flat stole everything about it from the the intentional machine marks on the surface and the 3 holes in the blade to the imperfections in the perch blocks. Pazzo spent years developing this product line and trying to set themselves apart from CRG by producing fitments that no other manufacturer had to colors that to this day many manufactures won't do all because you the rider demanded it. The kawasaki green and Repsol blue colors were a direct result of patitioning from forums like this one. Pazzo listened and built you what you wanted. Now suddenly there is something cheaper. Not only cheaper but an exact copy of the Pazzo for a fraction of the price. Clearly a stolen design yet there are threads like this one in all 18 of the forums I belong to. Now some of these Chinese companies are selling the product to your door for damn near the raw cost of the billet blanks that pazzo starts with. Make no mistake these Chinese knockoffs will forever change the way companies like Pazzo Racing, CRG, Vortex, ASV, FP Racing, STM and every little shop trying to make a name in this industry do business because the Chinese will forever rip off other companies designs, some of which are pattented and Trademarked, and sell them in mass quanitites at prices that no one else in the industry can compete with. And it will always be this way as long as there continues to be no import taxes and duties on these products and you, the masses keep buying them.

B*rnt09zx10 said: ^^^^^^:+1: i agree you joined in 2006 and this is your first post?? sry off topic but kinda crazy lol

CTSm*to said: ^^^^^^:+1: i agree you joined in 2006 and this is your first post?? sry off topic but kinda crazy lol Yeah well I am currently unemployed with a ton of time on my hands. I am working on a 2005 ZX-10R for a friend and he is looking for some cool design ideas for his paint as well as some billet accessories so I figured I would logon and look around. :rolleyes:

*n1wheel01 said: Screw crg and pazz and all the others. They over charge have terrible customer support. So why not get em cheaper.

*bzx10r said: Screw crg and pazz and all the others. They over charge have terrible customer support. So why not get em cheaper. :+2: :+2: amen... I vote, ebay:occasion1 I have some on order, I'll post pics when I get them guys:occasion1 super deal $60 bucks for a set sweet right

CTSm*to said: Screw crg and pazz and all the others. They over charge have terrible customer support. So why not get em cheaper. If it wasn't for CRG or Pazzo these cheap Chinese levers wouldn't exist. The only thing these Chinese manufacturers do is rip off other companies designs. It took Pazzo nearly 5 years to design and test all of the application on their current list and 3 months for the Chinese to copy them all and undercut their price. If this keeps up you will be saying screw the Chinese when its your job their taking.

*r10r said: Thank God we live in a free trade society. I think as long as quality is equal people will tend to be price driven in their purchases. If these are as good as Pazzos or CRG's for only $60.00 Im not really sure why I wouldnt buy them. Im an ordinary guy with an average income. If I were rich, sure no problem. Until then I continue to at least be partially a price driven shopper. Id love to see the American based companies be a bit more competative with pricing. I would pay a bit more just to support our people but honestly I cant afford to pay double the price if the items are equal. Saying that, I have a set on the way. Pics and reviews to follow.

*n1wheel01 said: If it wasn't for CRG or Pazzo these cheap Chinese levers wouldn't exist. The only thing these Chinese manufacturers do is rip off other companies designs. It took Pazzo nearly 5 years to design and test all of the application on their current list and 3 months for the Chinese to copy them all and undercut their price. If this keeps up you will be saying screw the Chinese when its your job their taking. If it happens it happens. Eventually this country will be renamed china 2 anyways or something to fit them. Yea they did something shitty thats just life it happens in every aspect of industry.

CTSm*to said: Its not that Pazzo, CRG, ASV and other companies are overcharging. They simply can't get their raw materials anywhere near the same prices and they don't use slave labor. Sme of these companies smelt their own raw materials, push billet bars and fabricate on site all while paying their employees pennies per hour. As long as you keep buying the cheap imported product the slave labor will continue and eventually we will all be out of jobs.

*n1wheel01 said: There will always be slave labor that's just the way it is deal with . Why wouldn't anyone buy cheap. We can sit and argue about this all day. China will own this country eventually so it is what it is. This country has gone to hell anyways.

M*gmadragoon said: I just purchased a set of Auctmarts levers today for my ZX-10r.

*r10r said: China will own this country eventually so it is what it is. on1wheel. China is buying up our national debt at an alarming rate.

*r10r said: Got the levers on today. Fit and finish is fantastic. Im very impressed for the money. If your thinking of getting levers I would recommend you consider these. Pics are here... http://www.zx-10r.net/forum/showthread.php?p=1548180#post1548180

TMY10*R said: Got the levers on today. Fit and finish is fantastic. Im very impressed for the money. If your thinking of getting levers I would recommend you consider these. Pics are here... http://www.zx-10r.net/forum/showthread.php?p=1548180#post1548180 :ayyy:............Love mine and even have a set of CRG's, can't tell a difference between them even on OR off the bike. :mrgreen:

95*j2 said: My friend had these awhile back, his only complaint was that the anodizing slowly fades.