Triumph build SA

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Mark6T
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Triumph build SA

Post by Mark6T » Mon Jul 22, 2013 5:02 pm

G'day All
from Goolwa SA. Building a '64 6T frame with 4" stretch 3" drop, bolt on hardtail
with '70 T120R 650 Bonnie engine, also have a near standard '66 6T 650 Thunderbird.
All going well, hope to be at Willunga swap meet & catch up with locals here
Cheers all :)

Bearcx
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Re: Triumph build SA

Post by Bearcx » Mon Jul 22, 2013 5:13 pm

G'day Mark6T, nice little project ya got there. Welcome to the forums. :D
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KBG
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Re: Triumph build SA

Post by KBG » Mon Jul 22, 2013 7:52 pm

Looking good mate.
some meaningless dribble

Mark36
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Re: Triumph build SA

Post by Mark36 » Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:29 pm

Welcome aboard. Great looking bike, 4" stretch gives the frame a really nice line. Looking forward to seeing the end result. Cheers Mark

Mark6T
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Re: Triumph build SA

Post by Mark6T » Thu Jul 25, 2013 1:41 pm

Cheers fella's
Bike has been dismantled since that mock up, so don't have much more pic wise
but will start build thread as progress from here on, will be getting future fab' work
done at Andrew's Chopper Shed
Have spare bolt on hardtail & other Triumph bits, including another project bike to trade
Side mount taillight won't be staying on, intend on being as legal as needs to be ... :)

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