Listings for 1976 TRIUMPH T140

Triumph 750 T140 1973-1979 Complete Engine Gasket KIT SET
Triumph 750 T140 1973-1979 Complete Engine Gasket KIT SET
   $43.08
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TRIUMPH 750 EXHAUST HEAD PIPES 1976 T140
TRIUMPH 750 EXHAUST HEAD PIPES 1976 T140
   $29.99
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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
   $25.95
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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 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
   $179.95
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2 New Barnett Choke Cables 1976-77 Triumph 750 T140 Bonneville  208
2 New Barnett Choke Cables 1976-77 Triumph 750 T140 Bonneville 208
   $9.99
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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
   $9.48
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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
   $11.70
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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 ++
   $18.00
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Triumph T120 T140 Disc Brake Hard Chrome Fork Tube Set Stock
Triumph T120 T140 Disc Brake Hard Chrome Fork Tube Set Stock
   $113.95
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New Barnett Choke Cable 1976-77 Triumph 750 T140 Bonneville 212
New Barnett Choke Cable 1976-77 Triumph 750 T140 Bonneville 212
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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
   $23.95
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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
   $13.00
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Triumph Full Motor Gasket Set Bonneville T140 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979
Triumph Full Motor Gasket Set Bonneville T140 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979
   $59.00
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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
   $13.95
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2 New Barnett Throttle Cables 1976-78 Triumph 750 T140 Bonneville 220
2 New Barnett Throttle Cables 1976-78 Triumph 750 T140 Bonneville 220
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2 EXTRA THICK Primary Gaskets, Triumph 650, 750, OIF, T120, T140, Tiger,1963-82
2 EXTRA THICK Primary Gaskets, Triumph 650, 750, OIF, T120, T140, Tiger,1963-82
   $24.95
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Norton, Triumph T140 Tiger, Bonneville, T150, T160 Trident, Tail Lamp Lens F/SH
Norton, Triumph T140 Tiger, Bonneville, T150, T160 Trident, Tail Lamp Lens F/SH
   $22.50
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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
   $7.65
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TRIUMPH 650, 750 TWIN AIRBOX CONNECTORS FOR 1971-1976 T120 T140 PN# 83-2626
TRIUMPH 650, 750 TWIN AIRBOX CONNECTORS FOR 1971-1976 T120 T140 PN# 83-2626
   $21.90
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1976-78 Triumph T140 Swingarm
1976-78 Triumph T140 Swingarm
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Related 1976 TRIUMPH T140 information

Usual riding distance

08Bl*ck10r said: What is the usual distance you go on a daily/routine ride?? Just curious if theres any road warriors out there that rack up the miles daily.

th*mightymezzo said: Usually I try to get at least 3 hours or so in when I can...around 150 miles probably.

F*F said: When the weathers nice and I am not away working, 2-300 miles a day in the mountains.

08Bl*ck10r said: Do you guys go any where in specific or just aimlessly ride?

B*g Daddy said: Do you guys go any where in specific or just aimlessly ride? both, when i have a bike that is. :badteeth: BD

th*mightymezzo said: Do you guys go any where in specific or just aimlessly ride? Wherever you go, there you are. :cool: Sometimes we just go and take new roads, sometimes hit the ones we know are good, all depends on the mood, etc.

d*smokwan said: The longest day ride is with my Instructors on a yearly ride that goes from early morning till late night on July 1st. The trip is a one day ride with a total of 1300kms which is just over 800 miles. It's an awesome ride but thankfully, not a daily ride.

*sman said: on weekend rides ive done up to 400 miles, and sore ass, legs, and arms later it feels great. but on a daly im bout 30-40 miles of just BSing around. ive taken bike camping trips where we can get 800+ miles in on a weekend. Got some more awesome trips planned coming up.

9520G said: on weekend rides ive done up to 400 miles, and sore ass, legs, and arms later it feels great. but on a daly im bout 30-40 miles of just BSing around. ive taken bike camping trips where we can get 800+ miles in on a weekend. Got some more awesome trips planned coming up. Lmk when you're going this summer. Im definitley down to go.

*sman said: i see we are all in the same general area right now :lol:

*sman said: Lmk when you're going this summer. Im definitley down to go. definately dude. you are in jersey, you are only like 3 hrs away from me.

9520G said: definately dude. you are in jersey, you are only like 3 hrs away from me. Yup not far at all and I like taking long rides anyway as you may know.

*sman said: Yup not far at all and I like taking long rides anyway as you may know. ill get to see the pumpkin in person. that would be nice, i wonder who she thinks is faster.

9520G said: The pumkin is the fastest bike known to mankind.:helmet:

*ndy said: I just got off a 97 mile ride. But it's usually kept to around 50 or so miles.

08Bl*ck10r said: I hate it cuz i never have time to ride

gl*ckt said: Depending on the weather if rain is in the forecast it will be a short fun run. Sunny and warm I can be gone for the entire day,riding to nowhere and enjoying every minute of it.

h*ngman39 said: 175 to 250 on a good day all twisties do not long rides without twisties

f*rerescue212 said: I would regularly ride a couple or 3 gas tanks through her on a sat or sunday, blastin down the highways riding admittedly stupidly but DAMN it was FUN... now I'm waitin to get my license back :( and get my wrist fixed :( :(

sgtd*nz said: on a planned weekend,we will 500 miles sometimes:mrgreen:

n*rijusj said: On weekend rides I average about 300 miles a day. Sometimes more, sometimes less. On weekdays, riding around town, going to store, etc... around 30-50 miles. I voted for option 150+, cause I have 23 k miles on my 636 in 2 riding seasons :)

m*nebymistake said: 50 to 100 for me now, but once i get more comphy and find the good roads that should change

*lder Guy said: you don't have a number big enough....LOL...come on, guys....you know me....

Gr*ase said: I voted for the 50 because that is about my daily commute. That being said, I did over 200 miles in a day last Sunday.

V*rtigo said: I'll go through a tank of gas in a day. A tank of gas for me is 100 miles, becuase my fuel low warning doesnt always work, so i reset the trip meter at the gas station and fill up every 100 to be sure.

Th* Joker 008 said: I would have to say between 30- 45 miles. I go around the Upper Keys, to South Beach, to Ft. Lauderdale Beach, and to Hobe Sound. It usually revolves around those areas. Day or night. I try to ride everyday, but at least I make it 4 times a week.

08Bl*ck10r said: Anyone goin on any long trips this year??

*jtmex said: Everyday, BSing I'll go around 1-50mi but on occasion I'll do them long ones. @ 08Black10r: I had a plan this summer to hit up Tennessee with my uncle and friends, but do to some recent events I'm not sure that would go through. I guess the only thing I can do is hope.

08Bl*ck10r said: Everyday, BSing I'll go around 1-50mi but on occasion I'll do them long ones. @ 08Black10r: I had a plan this summer to hit up Tennessee with my uncle and friends, but do to some recent events I'm not sure that would go through. I guess the only thing I can do is hope. Just head over to AZ :)

TL1000s said: I ride at the very least 150 miles, I cannot ever recall taking the bike out and riding less than 50 (which is when i go to the bike shop for a tire replacement, which is 10 miles away, but then ride around for another 40 or 50 to warm up the bike) There is a loop in the mountains I ride where you can do all or part...the total loop is about 240 miles. I will say that 350 is about max, a couple of weeks ago we did a day ride in the mountains of about 450 and it was about 100 miles too much... If you call doing roads in the mountains with no destination "riding aimlessly" then thats what I do...............................:thumbsup: