Triumph Girder Forks used early 1920's up to Mid 1930's
Front Wheel Stainless front Rim with Avon Speedmaster MKII size 3.00 x 21"
Rear Wheel Stainless rear Rim with original hub & brake drum with new Aluminium CNC billet brake plate, Tyre Avon 3.50 x 19"
Front Mudguard Plain 21" x 4" front mudguard reduced to 3" in width for look & appearance, rear mudguard plain standard reduced in width to create the look.
Engine rebuild to include new Harris pistons & rings, main bearings genuine new old stock, re honed barrels, new old stock valves & reground valve seats. Dynamo & Magneto
rebuilt by APL Magnetos, including new automatic advance & retard magneto wheel. All fins on head & barrel are re engineered back to original where required.
Carburettor New Amal 276 pre mono block carburettor with separate DL1AT Float chamber supplied by Burlen Fuel systems. Details 150 main jet, 107 needle jet, throttle valve 3.5".
Exhaust Pipes: Bespoke hand made exhaust system creating a more bespoke fit as opposed to the standard pipes,
Inverted Clutch and brake levers manufactured by a private individual Alan Clarke, based on the original early 20's style levers.
Primary chain case modified to create a bespoke look. Battery box manufactured and leathered to create look.
Brown & Barlow throttle with pattern original B&B grips
*Please note that the bike is also available in other colours and price ranges depending on spec.
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Location: Loughton IG10 - 10mins M25 Jnc 26 / 2mins M11 Jnc 5 (Loughton Northbound only)
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