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The photo doesn't show the Triumph factory but is the Royal Army Service Corps depot at Feltham. Up until mid-1940, the factories did not paint on the WD serial numbers and it was done at the depot. It looks as if this batch at least didn't have rear numbers.  Maybe because they were intended for active service in France where a unit marking would generally be applied.

Rear lights were fitted but I suspect delivered separately to avoid damage in transit (they were sent from the factory by train, I believe).  The wiring is there.

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Hi, decided to fix the old fork with corrosion. Steps to repair: 1. cut in the place of the old repair 2. design and drawing of "prostheses" is a workshop 3. design of wheel axle holders 4

The wheels are ready.

Beautiful Pawel!! I had the wheels for my special done like that. Very nice to have something shiny in my life for a change. Ron

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Hello again,
can anyone help me recognize what this fork is.
It was mounted to my Triumph.
The handlebar grips are from Triumph.
I think an English product, because it has inch threads. The double brake cable holder is characteristic.
Best regards
Pawel

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Hi,
decided to fix the old fork with corrosion.
Steps to repair:
1. cut in the place of the old repair
2. design and drawing of "prostheses" is a workshop
3. design of wheel axle holders
4. assembly of "prostheses" with handles - welding
5. assembly of new elements with the original fork.
It is still necessary to set the parallelism and axiality after welding, grind and it will be ready for initial assembly and fitting.
Best regards
Paul

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Hi.

I need F1804 instrumental panel, F1726 oil gauge, dash lamp DC44, switch ass. and ammeter (magdyno set) for my 3S deLuxe (like in photo).
Does anyone have these parts for sale?
Renovation work has slowed down a bit, but still ahead.
Hope to present new photos soon.
Lots of health for everyone.

Pawel

 

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Hi,

work slowed down a bit due to COVID.
In parallel with the work on the military version, work on the civil version is in progress. The levers and cables new.

Handlebar 1"x15/16" from Brian.

Cheers
Pawel

 


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