Winter build..Spring fever - Triumph Bobber Forum
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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-24-2019, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
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Winter build..Spring fever

Finally got a a decent day in NY so rushed to finish all the winter mods.



- Bike brothers short rear fender with Rizoma Club S indicators (Fishing wire thru that thing was fun)

- Cognito Moto side license plate holder
- DID gold chain
- Motone brass shifter (I found my sneaker kept slipping off it and kept missing 2nd gear so added some o-rings to the grooves. Much better now)
- Super Corse Monza gas cap (So nice to not have to use the key to fuel up and having to place the cap somewhere)
- Super Corse oil temp gauge
- Wunderkind Risers
- Super Corse Union Jack brake reservoir cover
- Black Triumph throttle body covers

- Triumph Statement seat (I don't mind the firmness but the seat is very slippery. Hoping the leather breaks in and becomes less slippery)
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-24-2019, 09:28 PM
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You wear sneakers when you ride?❌

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Looks great, nice touch with the gold chain.
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Looks good. I just recently added a monza gas cap also and ditto on liking not having to mess with a key and somewhere to put the cap.
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You wear sneakers when you ride?❌

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Sometimes when going to the gym, but I think the shifter is so smooth it would feel slippery on boots too. I guess the stock shifter peg has rubber for a reason.
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Sweet bike!
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Very smart indeed,

Have fun my friend.

Cheerio,

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post #8 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-25-2019, 08:49 PM
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I like those risers. I might need a set of those..
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Very nice touches, I am liking the chain, recently had mine serviced and it is covered in the thickest blackest gunk being chucked around, just deciding to clean it or dump it.
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Very nicely done!
Perfect, in my mind.
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