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February 02, 2008, 11:30:23 PMReply #30 on

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Just a note..
When I bought my '98 Steamer...USED..
I thought... service on this will be a nightmare!

But I did get a little wise....
On the BIG Triumph Tiger board... I started printing off all the
'how too' and part numbers stuff; 3-hole punching it and placed it in a
3-ring binder categorized by 'area'  ( suspension, brakes, chain, electric, etc).

After 4 years I had a very nice library of information. When I sold my bike... I sold that binder for a reasonable price and I am certain that whoever has it now has added to it. It was better than the Triumph manual!

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February 20, 2008, 01:46:08 AMReply #31 on

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MIRRORS

Today I found some mirrors at my local shop that were $13 each and fit perfectly.  Round mirrors though, which to me don't look as cool as the rectangular ones.

BikeMaster Part No: 60-0040

The dude at the shop said they were a "standard 10mm thread".



Edited to include photo.  -Stretch
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February 24, 2008, 01:15:44 PMReply #32 on

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17-inch Wire-Spoke Wheels

For anyone who can't or won't spend Dymag money this company will lace 17" rims on your Tiger hubs,i had a pair done by them some years back and they worked fine,just wanted less hassle(i never had any) with tubeless wheels.

http://www.central-wheel.co.uk/

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Dr. Mordo
those mirrors look like an a pretty close match /  replacement for steamer mirrors

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1993-1998 Tiger rear wheel bearings

You need 1 of each bearing # and they can be purchased from McMaster Carr or just about any electric motor repair house

The bearing #'s are : 6204 rs , 6304 rs , 6305 rs
the rs simply means sealed bearing  .
the diff in price is extreme
Triumph gets about $30 a bearing
McMaster Carr $30 will buy all three
the McMaster Carr p/n's are
5972k45  $7.72    same as 6204 rs
5972k56   $12.03   same as 6304 rs
5972k57   $12.87    same as 6305 rs

March 03, 2008, 11:11:01 PMReply #35 on

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Front Brake Pads, Girly Wire-Spoke Wheels

Tiger 885i brake pads are also as fitted to Honda 750 Shadows.

Found that out in France, not as many Triumph dealers as Honda ones!



I believe those will also work on... Steamers,  Front, VIN 71699+; Front and Rear All Wire-Spoke Girlies; and the Fronts of Cast-Wheel Girlies as well...    -Stretch
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Orange 955i Tiger Canadian based
Norton 961S never got it, tired of waiting

March 08, 2008, 02:49:47 PMReply #36 on

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Just a note...

I recently purchased one of the 955i service manuals off E-bay listed as Speed Wrench.

This is a very nice manual. It is the Triumph manual with some additional
info. What I like about it.... nice vinyl flexible covers.

At $29 delivered it's a bargain.
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March 08, 2008, 06:27:10 PMReply #37 on

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Quote from: "TigerTrax"
Just a note...

I recently purchased one of the 955i service manuals off E-bay listed as Speed Wrench.

This is a very nice manual. It is the Triumph manual with some additional
info. What I like about it.... nice vinyl flexible covers.

At $29 delivered it's a bargain.


I'd be interested in taking a look.. Any more for sale? A quick search didn't reveal any manuals other than the Haynes.
Current Bike: 2005 Tiger in Silver.
Former Bike (also my first): 1980 KZ650

March 09, 2008, 04:10:39 AMReply #38 on

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Here is the link:  30 manuals available.... you just buy them.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayI ... 0225344433

Sunday March 9 is last day for $19 sale
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O rings for steamer Mikuni Carbs (floats)

The part numbers are 9263K121 for the small size and 9263K137 for the large at good ole WWW.mcmastercarr.com

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Here are the numbers for 2006 Triumph Tiger Front Rotors:

EBC:  Right  MD646RS  519-8004-001  about $193 Bike Bandit

         Left:   MD666LS   4085649-001   about $194 Bike Bandit
**You probably will NOT find 2006 Triumph Tiger on many 'lists' you see on the web. You have to contact them and let them find it from the mfr.


OEM: P/N  T202330     $358 for set of front rotors that are known to warp.

EBC - Stealth Products - OEM are the only ones I have found with rotors for a 2006 Tiger.
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**** DISCLAIMER NOTE****
These auto caps should only be used in emergency situations as they are NOT the same as the Triumph OEM cap
see pic


back to your regular programming
********edited by mustang  *************

Here's a cap that fits and works
<CLICK HERE>

Radiator Cap

The Triumph caps are prone to weakening before their time, allowing vapor and coolant to escape, resulting in an overly hot Tiger.

The Triumph caps are $19 at a dealer, IF they have one in stock.

ArizonaKid discovered that a Stant 10227 radiator cap, a replacement for 80's Toyotas (as well as 1988-91 Honda Civic), is a perfect fit for a Tiger, available at auto parts stores 'round the world.  About $7.




Edit for a new development:

Quote from: walker

The stant 10227 (replaced by the newer 11227) is only a 13 psi cap. A good replacement might be the 11233 - it's 16 PSI, which is right at the 1.1 BAR that triumph specifies.

Same dimensions, just a different main spring.

To add...

Quote from: flux

FYI:
This cap fits these cars:

ACURA   (1989 - 2005)
CHEVROLET   (1985 - 1988)
CHRYSLER   (1995 - 1999)
DODGE   (1995 - 1999)
EAGLE   (1995 - 1998)
FORD   (1989 - 2009)
GEO   (1989 - 1993)
HONDA   (1990 - 2007)
HYUNDAI   (1998 - 2008)
INFINITI   (1997 - 2007)
ISUZU   (1985 - 2004)
KIA   (2001 - 2008)
LEXUS   (1992 - 2007)
MAZDA   (1993 - 2008)
MERCURY   (1989 - 2001)
MITSUBISHI   (1995 - 2008)
NISSAN   (1990 - 2008)
SUBARU   (1999 - 2008)
SUZUKI   (2004 - 2008)
TOYOTA   (1994 - 2008)

June 14, 2008, 09:51:13 PMReply #42 on

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FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS

Replaced my front wheel bearings, 955 spoke wheel Girly.  For reference the size is 6303 with twin rubber seals.
955 Girly in black the fastest colour

June 19, 2008, 12:52:46 AMReply #43 on

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Coolant Expansion Tube Elbows

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In conversation with a fellow local Tiger rider, discoverd his elbow failed while on the road in Murphy a year ago. I wanted to affect a permanent solution.  Have found a brass fitting to replace the failure prone 90 degree elbow in the Girly's coolant recovery. I was rooting around at my local Home Depot. In the plumbing section I discovered  a Qestpex 3/8 barbed brass elbow, part # 084169484406, priced at $1.59. Works a treat and will never fail.

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Word is that the FZ1 shifter rubber will fit the Tiger Girly (+ others?).  I looked at one in the showroom the other day and it looked dead on.  Part number is 5EB-18113-00-00 and I have one on order.  Don't know how my got shreaded so bad in 5K miles.
*******It works (had to cut it down just a tad********
ordered from boats.net of all places.  Total of like $5 shipped
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