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1976 Motorcycle Triumph Bonneville T140V Full Frame Rim Sprocket Brakes Stand
1976 Motorcycle Triumph Bonneville T140V Full Frame Rim Sprocket Brakes Stand
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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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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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1976 Triumph Bonneville T140V 750 CC Intake and Exhaust Camshafts
1976 Triumph Bonneville T140V 750 CC Intake and Exhaust Camshafts
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TRIUMPH T140 TR7 BONNEVILLE TIGER 1976 ON REAR MASTER RESERVOIR PN# 83-5465
TRIUMPH T140 TR7 BONNEVILLE TIGER 1976 ON REAR MASTER RESERVOIR PN# 83-5465
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Triumph T140 TR7 Rear Sprocket 47 tooth 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982
Triumph T140 TR7 Rear Sprocket 47 tooth 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982
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1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V  Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 rear foot peg
1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 rear foot peg
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Triumph  45 Tooth sprocket T140 750 twin 37-7072 1976 77 78 79 80 81 82
Triumph 45 Tooth sprocket T140 750 twin 37-7072 1976 77 78 79 80 81 82
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1972 Triumph Bonneville T120 Chain Guard cover Original Equipment O
1972 Triumph Bonneville T120 Chain Guard cover Original Equipment O
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1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V  Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 rear axle
1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 rear axle
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1976 Triumph Bonneville T140 T140V 750 R10 beam inticators
1976 Triumph Bonneville T140 T140V 750 R10 beam inticators
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1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V  Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 kicker
1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 kicker
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1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V  Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 clutch cable
1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 clutch cable
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1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V  Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 brake cover
1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 brake cover
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Vintage Triumph T120R T140 and Others Two into One Throttle Cables 1976 and Up
Vintage Triumph T120R T140 and Others Two into One Throttle Cables 1976 and Up
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1976 Triumph Bonneville T140 T140V 750 R10 handle bars
1976 Triumph Bonneville T140 T140V 750 R10 handle bars
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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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1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V  Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 misc bolts
1976 Triumph T140 E V T140V Bonneville TR7V 750 S223A *502 misc bolts
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1976 Triumph Bonneville T140 T140V 750 R10 inspection cover
1976 Triumph Bonneville T140 T140V 750 R10 inspection cover
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1976 Triumph Bonneville T140 T140V 750 R10 coils with bracket
1976 Triumph Bonneville T140 T140V 750 R10 coils with bracket
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Related 1976 TRIUMPH T140 information

Broken Gixxer frames...

*lder Guy said: http://www.roadracingworld.com/news/article/?article=35357

*mi_marrs said: WTF!!!! I was doing a 12 on my 5k and lost it and it broke in half, can I still get something back??? I don't have the bike anymore... http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y245/emi_marrs/crash1-MYSPACE.gif

*mi_marrs said: F*ck suzuki!!!!

c*rdeea said: This been going on 5 years now.

*tto Man said: Half of one percent?!

bl*edevil said: Half of one percent?! yeah what's up with that :shady: can anyone say CYA because that's all it sounds like at this point. :badteeth:

ZX10M*ami said: Bump because I almost reposted this.

mr_h*nez said: :shady: .5% huh?!? I guess that would work out to only be about ten bikes then? Whatever.:screwy:

ZX10M*ami said: :shady: .5% huh?!? I guess that would work out to only be about ten bikes then? Whatever.:screwy: Unless you were riding one of the .5%, then I bet it would matter a lot.:helmet:

*tto Man said: Unless you were riding one of the .5%, then I bet it would matter a lot.:helmet: Because they were more than likely blantly abusing their bikes? Like pulling the ever popular squid move of pulling up a wheelie, panicking, and then hard on the rear brake, slamming the front end down? Repeatdly... amongst God knows what other dumb shit people do. If I manage to snap the bikes frame, I'll consider myself lucky if I'm still alive after that. :helmet:

ZX10Rr*cer said: WTF!!!! I was doing a 12 on my 5k and lost it and it broke in half, can I still get something back??? I don't have the bike anymore... http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y245/emi_marrs/crash1-MYSPACE.gif That my friend is called a loop!!! you don't crash a 12:

G*Faster said: The dumb thing is that this problem does not affect only the 1000's. The 600's and 750's use the same basic frame design. I have personally seen a broken 600 that broke during a race at Shannonville. It was NOT crashed - the bike broke and *then* the bike crashed.

m*ster link said: well in suzuki's defense i have a friend with an 05 gsxr 1k and a friend with an 06 gsxr 1k and both them boys have beat the shit out of those bikes with 0 problems, it must take monster truck force to break one.

V*nce10R said: Instead of bashing suzuki for stepping up when they found a problem maybe they should be praised for trying to make it right. If you remember correctly kaw had issues with the frame cracking also in 04 and we didnt get a recall on them. I owned one that had the frame cracked but because I was the second owner and it was no longer under warrenty I was screwed. I give credit to suzuki for stepping up. :thumbsup:

zx10D*ran said: Instead of bashing suzuki for stepping up when they found a problem maybe they should be praised for trying to make it right. If you remember correctly kaw had issues with the frame cracking also in 04 and we didnt get a recall on them. I owned one that had the frame cracked but because I was the second owner and it was no longer under warrenty I was screwed. I give credit to suzuki for stepping up. :thumbsup: that sucks cause my frame cracked and kawi replaced mine

V*nce10R said: that sucks cause my frame cracked and kawi replaced mine Were you the original owner? I know they were replacing some for the original buyer but I was the second owner. Not a real big deal just posted on this to remind folks that the 10 had its issues as well and kaw didnt really help us out with a recall of any sort. :thumbsup:

ZX10M*ami said: Were you the original owner? I know they were replacing some for the original buyer but I was the second owner. Not a real big deal just posted on this to remind folks that the 10 had its issues as well and kaw didnt really help us out with a recall of any sort. :thumbsup: Except for that voluntary front rim recall on the 04s and the frames that they did replace, and many intake tubes replaced under warr even though wheelies caused them to crack. And our frames were cracking- these are coming apart, breaking there is a difference safety wise. One gives you a chance to find it while washing or servicing. The other has caused a couple of accidents that others have reported. Like the one GoFaster saw. But at least suzuki is finally doing the right thing and doing it well.

Q*ig said: Funny to see Suzuki finally admitted there is a problem. I've seen a couple very easy lowsides break frames. That shouldn't happen. I've also seen many GSX-R's broken IN HALF at the racetrack. When I sold my '06 ZX-6RR I was looking at getting a GSX-R 1000 but kept finding them in salvage yards with broken frames. That's actually why I ended up getting a ZX-10. 3 ZX-10's later I'm very happy with my Kawi's.:mrgreen:

B*g Red said: Funny to see Suzuki finally admitted there is a problem. I've seen a couple very easy lowsides break frames. That shouldn't happen. I've also seen many GSX-R's broken IN HALF at the racetrack. When I sold my '06 ZX-6RR I was looking at getting a GSX-R 1000 but kept finding them in salvage yards with broken frames. That's actually why I ended up getting a ZX-10. 3 ZX-10's later I'm very happy with my Kawi's.:mrgreen: :+1: I remember when I saw the K5 Gix at the International Cycle show in '04, and I said to my wife (at the time, now ex) "look at the welds on the frame, it looks like a 5 year old did them." Very erratic and irregular. I've seen pics of broken ones right at the weld and you can see that there is no constant penetration. A good weld should look like some one laid over a roll of dimes.

1r*cket69 said: This has been happening since 2005, not a new thing, this was from a bike that broke while racing at Pikes Peak.....before the crash. Just from the two pics it's clear to see that the weld was extremely poor, with the weld puddle consuming very little of the two sections together, you can still see a clean edge around much of the frame spar with only small sections where the weld penetrated the metal; this weld was just laid on top with the weld itself holding the frame together on much of it. The weld strength comes from melting the two joining piece's together not from the weld that you can see on top, a good weld should be stronger than the rest of the metal.....even a direct crash impact failure the broken weld would look much more ragged without the clean frame spars Like to know if Suzuki welds it themselves or it's outsourced? Also like to know what the weld print calls for as far as penetration, I used to be a QA tech checking welds at a axle housing plant, we required 55% min penetration, If the weld failed you had to have a good containment procedure to backtrack where the welds started going bad, they didn't, robotic welders work great....when they are set-up right. Good to see Suzuki facing the facts they let some faulty welds out the door and fixing them.