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1971 triumph tr6r trophy 650


  • 1971 triumph tr6r trophy 650
  • 1971 triumph tr6r trophy 650
  • 1971 triumph tr6r trophy 650
  • 1971 triumph tr6r trophy 650
Description
Price : USD6,500 (Fixed)
Date : October 8, 2020
Condition : Used
Year : 1971
Model : Trophy
Bike Type : Bobber
Mileage : 5
Engine Size : 650
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Location :Sandy, Utah, United States

1971 triumph 650 tr6r hardtail. Brand new rebuild on the engine and transmission. I have gone through every single nut and bolt on this entire bike and replaced everything all the way down to the wheel bearings. This bike Is not an everyday rider, this is a show bike. If you changed the front tire and added front brakes, it would be a reliable everyday rider. That’s why I am including a stock front wheel that has already been redone. You would just have to buy a handle and cable to set it up. It is a right foot shift like most british bikes. I have all of the receipts from the build. Front tire is a 21″, the original one i have for braking is a 19 that matches the rear for stock. I had the frame sandblasted and all of the welds for the hardtail were done right. Then it was all powder coated along with the springer front end. Dual 12 volt coil, electronic ignition, brand new regulator, new capacitor so it runs on its own juice, no battery needed. OIF works great and has a Charlie’s filer at the bottom to keep it all clean.The small tiny brake light on the right side is very bright and LED so it pulls no amps, the headlamp has a on-off-bright switch in the headlight. If i was gonna keep it, i would change that to an LED too. The key switch is down by the kickstart and is new, the small amout of electrical the bike has is under the seat, hidden. This bike has a ton of character and is a blast to ride. It doesnt leak, which is rare for a British bike. When I rebuilt this, the case had not been split before, at some point, early in the bikes life, the previous owner had run it out of oil and seized the mainshaft. I replaced that with a brand new one. I know its very low miles by the wear on the gears, the oil sump in the crank, etc. This is a very strong motor and trans now. The carb is brand new. I have a box of parts to go with it too including the speedo for the rear wheel if you want it and the the tach piece for the engine if you wanted that. Thanks for looking

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