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Triumph Workshop Instruction Manual for Models 1945-1955 Published April 1964

TRI 00015

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£25.00

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An original Workshop Manual published by Triumph Engineering Co Ltd of Meriden in April 1964. The Workshop Manual - no 11 - covers the following models from 1945 to 1955. The manual contains extracts from spare parts lists.


Models Covered:

  • Speed Twin
  • Tiger 100
  • Thunderbird
  • Tiger 110
  • Trophy 
  • 3T de Luxe 

Contents Include:

  • Introduction
  • Service Arrangements
  • Proprietary Fittings
  • Technical Data for each model
  • Controls
  • Taking over the Machine
  • Running in
  • Lubrication
  • Routine Maintenance After Running in Period
  • The Engine
  • Tappet Adjustment
  • Decarbonising
  • Removal, Dismantling and Reassembling of the Engine
  • Installing the Engine Rigid and Spring Frame Models
  • Timing the Engine
  • Gearbox
  • Removal, Dismantling and Reassembling of the Gearbox
  • Clutch and Shock Absorber Unit
  • Speedometer Drive
  • Chains
  • Triumph Telescopic Fork
  • Wheels
  • Rear Wheel Rigid Frame
  • Rear Wheel Swinging Fork Frame
  • Rear Wheel Quickly Detachable
  • Rear Wheel Spring Wheel 
  • Tyres
  • Frame
  • Twistgrip Control
  • Petrol Tap Adjustment
  • Fitting a Sidecar
  • Cleaning Motorcycle
  • Amal Carburetter
  • Air Filter
  • The SU MC2 Carburetter
  • Hints and Tips
  • Lucas Electrical Equipment
  • Wiring Diagrams
  • Sparking Plugs
  • Toolkit
  • Supplementary Instructions
  • Fitting a Sidecar
  • Special Instructions
  • Technical Data
  • Lubrication charts 
  • Recommended Lubricants
  • Fault Finding
  • Index

Cover Type: Paper Back

No of Pages: 212

Measurements: 5.5 x 8.75 inches (135 x 215 mm)

Language: English

Triumph Reference No: 22/67 99-0836

Condition: The manual is in good condition. There is an adhesive label on the cover from Ray Fisher Motorcycles, and there are some finger marks on some of the pages. The cover has a tear of about 2 inches on the back near to the spine/fold.