Featured What you been doing with your TRIUMPH today??

Discussion in 'Triumph General Discussion' started by flapinflares, Mar 7, 2013.

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  1. Don the Don

    Don the Don Bigger Than The Average Bear
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    Nice job Duck,
     
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  2. Shaun64

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  3. brown mouse

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    Top job :) Maybe you'll get a bit more MPG? :)
     
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  4. Duckadiledundee

    Duckadiledundee Peasant First Class
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    I'm well pleased mate and I couldn't have done it without your aura drifting across the table...I thought you just farted but we can call your aura if you want....
    On a side note my bike doesn't actually taste like raisins but then it's not a real horse:p
     
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  5. Duckadiledundee

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    Be nice if I do get a bit more mpg now...
    I've put some fuel efficient stickers on my bike which should help..plus now you all should be able to identify me more easily with a duck sticker on the tank...:p:grinning::grinning::grinning::eyes:

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  6. Wessa

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    What hair for feck sake?
     
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  7. FellZebra

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    Me too, but awaiting the fork rebuild and the parts aren't currently in stock. Hoping it's not too long
     
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  8. Foxy1

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    I've come to work on mine, ready to take it for MOT, and it felt positively orgasmic!!! Sooooooooo good!!!. :) First time av ridden it since t'end of October.
     
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  9. crispey

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    How long until you’re confident enough to take the stabilisers off?;)
     
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  10. Koko55

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  12. Gyp

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    Swapped the accessory dual seat back to the solo with mini rack on the SS as I'm sure the dual seat is less comfortable than the original.

    Also dropped off the side panel at a local place to get it colour matched to the white of the bike - tempted to get it made into a Triumph Street Scrambler Kingsman edition as the Scrambler 1200 Bond edition is a bit naff IMO

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  13. Wessa

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    Went out the tiger today. Run over for cuppa and bacon butter at my favourite tea van. Very windy out, and only seen four other bikes. Obviously everybody has stayed in from the wind....
     
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  14. Foxy1

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    Passed, no issues. Dint even put a reflector on! Taxing it online now, then lookin forward to t'ride home now. :)
     
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  15. Shaun64

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    Last week I managed to drop my scrambler 1200 while turning it round on some rough ground,It didn’t hit the floor hard and I stopped on my feet but it managed to knock the handle bars slightly out of line, I’ve had a few goes at sorting it while out riding but couldn’t get it just right so today I put the bike on the stand and loosened the front end everything but the top clamp bolts then bouncing the front end,to cut a long story short it didn’t work but getting the front wheel between my legs and giving the handle bars a good tug sorted it.

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  16. johne

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    I took the Thruxton out for a ride today. Met up with my son on his MT-09 and we spent most of the afternoon riding around the lanes of North and East Yorkshire. Although the winds have been strong all day, one blessing is its kept most of the MAMILs at home. I went out mid week and the buggers were everywhere. :( It was also interesting to note that certain filling stations which had been selling unleaded at sub £1/litre prices have now jacked up their rates by 6 or even 7p per litre in just a few days.
     
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  17. Herman66

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    Picked up the recovered stock seats on my Speedmaster, really pleased, they made the pillion seat a little wider and more comfy as well. Stockbridge seats did the work near Andover.

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  18. Wessa

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  19. Rspete

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    Took Norbert for his first service yesterday, triumph Newcastle were great, was a bit weird just leaving it and having very limited craic but it was left in good hands.

    Checked over, oil and filter changed, shaft drive oil changed, now that's done I'm gunna see if I can wheelie it later :joy:
     
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  20. Gyp

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    As I'm using the SS to go to and from work at the moment, and need to carry lots with me, it was time to take off the kind-of-stylish but not overly capacious rugged pannier...

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    and pop on the Givis for more capacity...

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    Think it needs a bit of a wash as well
     
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