T110 Rebuild

This blog is about the rebuild of my Dads Triumph T110 after being in "boxes" for 39 years!

Friday, March 8, 2013

Parts again

In December two opportunities, to gather some more parts, arose.
One from a gentleman in town who I met through the Lotus Seven Enthusiasts group in PE. Ray was able to help me source the missing stanchions I needed, as the ones I had were badly pitted and believe it or not would cost more to have hard chromed and polished than sourcing a nice new pair, made in Taiwan. Part no: WW28943 (45-39668).

Along with the order came a set of clutch springs and copper washers.

A order was also coming through from Tri-Cor, so a couple of fiddly nuts and bolts were brought in as well as the chrome Horn Grille I had been missing.

At this stage I should have everything needed to assemble the front end - except the wheels arent built up yet!


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  2. Where did you buy the Taiwanese fork parts please?