Thanks For The Add, Some Advice Please?

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  1. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thanks tigcraft no worries. Hopefully someone will know the answer and help me out?
     
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  2. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thank you
     
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  3. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thanks helmut visor!
     
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  4. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thank you
     
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  5. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thank you, will take a look, fingers crossed.
     
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  6. Easy Tiger

    Easy Tiger Elite Member

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    Welcome to the forum mate.
     
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  7. joe mc donald

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    Its just called the crank cover.
    COVER, CRANK, BLACK T1260273


    Welcome to the family and nice machine. When you fit your gasket be careful to torque those screws up right as they strip very easily do them a little at the time and staggered..
    Regards
    Joe.
     
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  8. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thank you
     
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  9. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thank you
     
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  10. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thank you
     
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  11. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thanks joe, very helpful
     
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  12. Sullivs

    Sullivs Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the forum, mate! I'm sure you will find it full of friendly like-minded folks who love motorcycles and want to help everyone enjoy them.
    I don't know what dealers are near you. But, like the tip you already received, check a few Triumph dealer's websites and find one who has a web-based parts list or finder. There you will find a lot of exploded views with part names, numbers and prices.
    That will help you identify things and improve your knowledge base of the workings of your bike.
    You will be an expert in no time!

    Goog luck and have fun!
     
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  13. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thanks for your help a warm welcome.
     
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  14. Foxy1

    Foxy1 Crème de la Crème

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    Eyup Bruce, and welcome.
     
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  15. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thanks for warm welcome!
     
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  16. Adie P

    Adie P Crème de la Crème

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    Hello and welcome!

    I know somebody mentioned WoT but their online parts system used to use an inhouse parts code which only translated to the Triumph part number on checkout - this may have changed since I last used them. Fowlers online parts system uses the Triumph part numbers - I've also found them to be very quick, with same day despatch of in-stock items if ordered in the morning.

    I think the link below might be for the gasket you require but do check using your VIN number :-

    https://www.fowlersparts.co.uk/part...885cc955cc-efi-up-to-vin-141871/engine-covers

    item number 3? At £9.65 including VAT for the OEM gasket that seems reasonable. Ish.

    Non OEM :-

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Triumph-...444606?hash=item1f005349fe:g:xzsAAOSwrhNclL1W

    and they seem to have a very good aftermarket product.

    Best of luck with getting it fixed .... though your bike isn't leaking oil - it's marking its territory!
     
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  17. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Thanks, brilliant help but when looking at the gasket and then my cover on the bike, they seem to be slightly different. Photo attached for your advice?

    C245B765-F53E-4D44-827A-DBBDB2258767.jpeg
     
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  18. SprinterII

    SprinterII Noble Member

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    Has anyone mentioned checking the torque settings for those bolts and tightening them if required.
     
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  19. Bruce Henry

    Bruce Henry New Member

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    Hi, yes, it has been said that the bolts will need to be torqued correctly to save the gasket getting crushed. I now think I’m getting a bit out of my depth with this so might have to seek professional assistance!!! Thanks for your reply.
     
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  20. Helmut Visor

    Helmut Visor Only dead fish go with the flow
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    You can use the Triumph part number to search on WOT now ;);)
     
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