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    Front Wheel - brand new Excel Rim & punched spoke holes specifically for this 1 year only 1954 Pie Crust Triumph

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    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoghead View Post
    Nice!
    Thanks - just got the fork legs back from stove enamel - new chrome fork seal holders with a neat lip seal upgrade

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    Forks now fully assembled with some nice bling - just needs filling with oil

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    Ha-40 years ago I remember re-assembling all the shiny stove enamelled cycle parts of my T100S. In
    those days former dealerships were still full of OEM parts.

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    So long time no updates frame is now back in 1 piece with forks

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    Its a roller

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    And then it was finished.....

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    Beautiful classic replica of another classic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmall View Post
    Beautiful classic replica of another classic.
    Thanks

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    Better pics from other angles welcome when ya get the chance, which should be often as that Triumph is unusual and photogenic.

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    Since taking these pics I have started the bike - few issues the main one was the Volks oil filter housing leaked badly and needed a strip down and sorting the oil bowl O ring seal, the other change was the front brake cable this type with the steel tube down the fork leg would get caught on the keeper/ guide on the fork shroud snag the ferrule that sits on the top of the steel tube and would keep the brake on not good. I looked a various options but the simplest was to remake the whole cable removing the steel tube arrangement with the outer cable - now going from lever down to the adjuster on the brake plate in one piece. Just waiting for some decent weather for its first start up since the latest mods.

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