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Wal_THO
Anyone have an extra back plastic cover to the throttle and on switch?  
I transported my Trophy over to Houston Friday using my new handle bar
straps and they broke the molded in plastic pin that keeps the throttle
from spinning.  I made sure the straps were not on the switches but it
did not help.

BikeBandit has the complete assembly for $125 but if on of you guys
have an extra for cheaper that would be great.

WalTHO
2000 Tri Tro 1200


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Ed Walden-2
I did the same thing years ago.  I just drilled out the hole where the
plastic post was at and stuck a metal screw into it and epoxy. Let it
dry and it has been working for 3 years.  Oh I did cut the screw head
off before I glued it in place.  Hope that saves you $125.  Ed

 
> BikeBandit has the complete assembly for $125 but if on of you guys
> have an extra for cheaper that would be great.
>
> WalTHO
> 2000 Tri Tro 1200
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Wal_THO
I already did that once too a few years back.  The
plastic post is now thrashed.  I will give it another
try though.

Thanks
WalTHO



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apsllp@bellsouth.net
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Would a Throttle Miester cover the end?
 
Bob Clark
01 Sunset Red Trophy 1200
96 Magna Red Honda PC-800
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Subject: [TriumphTrophy] Parts needed



Anyone have an extra back plastic cover to the throttle and on switch?
I transported my Trophy over to Houston Friday using my new handle bar
straps and they broke the molded in plastic pin that keeps the throttle
from spinning. I made sure the straps were not on the switches but it
did not help.

BikeBandit has the complete assembly for $125 but if on of you guys
have an extra for cheaper that would be great.

WalTHO
2000 Tri Tro 1200



 



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Ed Walden-2
No Bob.  He needs the cover that goes on the On/Off Switch.  It has a
little black tit inside of it that will break off and allow the whole
switch to move.  Makes it hard to start your bike and whatever else you
use it for.  Ed

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Andrew G-5
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I am pretty sure we have a switch/throttle assembly with the wires damaged.  
form a 2001 Trophy. call me in the morning tomorrow and we'll scrounge.
 
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Re: Parts needed

Greg  Andrews-2
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Hi WalTHO,
Bikebandit is a fitting name. Actually I think they bought alot of
Triumph's parts inventory and now they are charging Triumph prices.
I broke that little piece also. I just drilled a hole into the plastic
where the pin used to be and inserted a metal pin. I think I glued it
into the plastic.  Cost nothing, and is stronger than the plastic.
Greg Andrews
'96 900 BRG
65,000 smiles


"wal_tho" wrote:
broke the molded in plastic pin that keeps the throttle from spinning.
> WalTHO


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ervdrvr1
An alternative temp fix. Remove both halfs. Wrap 1 or 2 layers of black
elctrical tape around the bar and re-attach the housing. Did mine a few
years ago and it's still there(never got around to replacing it).
Doesn't move unless your ham-fisted. Also, don't use the grips/bar ends
as a tie down point.
Erv
'02 BBBB
Deep in the Heart of Texas!


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friendly couple
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perhaps you can drill it out all the way through the case and stick a
 machine screw though from the outside with a nut on the inside, you
could even paint the screw head black to hide it.

barbaric prices call for barbaric solutions.

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> I already did that once too a few years back.  The
> plastic post is now thrashed.  I will give it another
> try though.
>
> Thanks
> WalTHO
>
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David Mollington
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I've replaced my handlebars and had to cut those silly bits of plastic out as there were no corresponding holes in the 'bars.
I used some spare bits of rubber/plastic that come with bicycle lights to help them grip the frame/bar to stop them slipping.
They work fine and allow complete adjustment of the left hand switches so they fall naturally to hand.
In the longer run I'll probably fit older Japanese metal switches, the Trophy plastic ones do seem a bit flimsy.

Dave '95 900 :-)

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Subject: [TriumphTrophy] Parts needed









 


   
            Anyone have an extra back plastic cover to the throttle and on switch?  

I transported my Trophy over to Houston Friday using my new handle bar

straps and they broke the molded in plastic pin that keeps the throttle

from spinning.  I made sure the straps were not on the switches but it

did not help.



BikeBandit has the complete assembly for $125 but if on of you guys

have an extra for cheaper that would be great.



WalTHO

2000 Tri Tro 1200





   
 

   
   




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Ive clicked on ''parts wanted'' and looked for ''start new topic'' but i cant see it, most likely yahoo have been playing again and removed it? anyway does anybody have any good used Mk2 rear plastic side panels, sprint 900 probably the same panels. they can have light scratches, but no cracks or worn through marks, or broken lugs. Im not wanting to pay a lot, other wise i would buy them off ebay, just thought ask here to see if anybody has spares they could sell? Thanks.
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Thanks Greg, ive already spoken with the seller some time before, has a broken lug and postage of this size out of the USA is too expensive, but thanks for link all the same :-)
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Does anybody know if other Triumph models rear side body panels are the same looking and mounting as the Mk2 Trophy, thanks.
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Trident and Sprint both look very similar.  I suspect that the Trident body panels are identical.
- Dave

 
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> On 05 July 2016 at 13:27 "David Webb [hidden email]
> [TriumphTrophy]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
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>
> Trident and Sprint both look very similar.  I suspect that the Trident
> body panels are identical.
> - Dave

Trident and early Sprint had stainless steel panels on the rear
bodywork. One if the
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> On 05 July 2016 at 14:28 "Mike Fleming [hidden email]
> [TriumphTrophy]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> > On 05 July 2016 at 13:27 "David Webb [hidden email]
> > [TriumphTrophy]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> >
> > Trident and Sprint both look very similar.  I suspect that the
> > Trident
> > body panels are identical.
> > - Dave
>
> Trident and early Sprint had stainless steel panels on the rear
> bodywork. One if the

Bah. One of the later Sprint models, probably the Executive, might have
the right shape. All the spine back T3 models have bodywork that will
fit any other model but there's things like the indicators on the Trophy
which are unique.
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thanks for the replies, yes correct the rear signal light mounts are what makes the difference. I'll do bit more research into the trident and sprint 900. Thanks again.
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you might try looking on Pin Wall cycle web site in Ohio for  parts.
 
..Tim
 
 
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Does anybody know if other Triumph models rear side body panels are the  
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