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Old 04-30-2009, 02:48 PM   #1
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Question Triumph shop manual

Anyone know where I can get a Triumph shop manual online in pdf? Nothing illegal of course.. wink.. wink.. nudge.. nudge..
I found one but itís in German. Those dang Germans have a different word for everything!
I looked on t595.net.. No dice..
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well ive got one pdf file but its for the modern classics so i cant really help ya there sorry. GL though
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Old 04-30-2009, 02:55 PM   #3
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well ive got one pdf file but its for the modern classics so i cant really help ya there sorry. GL though
The 02 & up Triples are easy to find.. cant find a 2000 anywhere.

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Anyone know where I can get a Triumph shop manual online in pdf? Nothing illegal of course.. wink.. wink.. nudge.. nudge..
I found one but itís in German. Those dang Germans have a different word for everything!
I looked on t595.net.. No dice..
You do realize that Triumph has been making bikes for 70 yrs or so a model might be helpful...
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You do realize that Triumph has been making bikes for 70 yrs or so a model might be helpful...
lol yes.. I do. 2000 Speed Triple 955i
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Thanks.. I think I'll keep lookin'
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If you have a 2000 not too much difference, I have a Speed Triple 2001 and the 2002 manual works fine for me, I think the only difference is the cooling system. I have the PDF is you need it.

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That would be great.. just sent you a email..
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You do realize that Triumph has been making bikes for 70 yrs or so a model might be helpful...
1883 actually, longest continuously operated motorcycle company in the world.
Started under the S. Bettman & Co. Import Export agency (they sold bicycles), one of which a small motor was attached. The name Triumph came about in 1886 because the operator felt it was easily understood in all languages. At this time bikes were assembled from different manufacturers parts. The first actual triumph motorcycle to be produced was in 1902, from there 1905 was the year the first all Triumph motorcycle was made, meaning all done in house. Trouble and stop of export was in the late 80s.
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