Triumph Silencers Tapered and curved with flat bracket, Made in England, highest quality. 1 3/4″ “54 – “59 pre-unit. Pair
Highest quality silencers / mufflers for Triumph classic motorcycles. Tri-Supply has been supplying these for many years, produced in England. Fine British chrome.
Notes about this website: Triumph model changes occurred in September each year. To separate yearly variations “up to pre-1968” for instance, refers to models before September 68 or “68 on” refers to models from September 1968.
Pre-unit does not necessarily include 3T or TRW models. You should use your discretion where differences such as engine parts are obvious.
Cost including VAT: £228.00
“Trusty” Tri Supply
The No. 1 Classic Triumph Motorcycle Spares Specialist
Our mission at Tri Supply is to provide our customers with the highest quality Triumph motorcycle parts and service at all times. We supply parts suitable for Triumph twins from 1946 to 1970 inclusive, and we’ve been doing it since 1981.
All classic Triumph motorcycle spares and parts we supply are new and many are new old stock items.
Remanufactured parts (mainly made to original factory drawings), of which there are now an increasing number, are supplied by us on the basis that they are of an acceptable quality (we are critical by nature!).
Fully Stocked Triumph Motorcycle Parts Shop
The important parts that we supply – bearings for instance – are only sourced from well known and reputable makers of new old stock, such as:
MERIDEN MADE PARTS
NORMAN HYDE TOGA
GANDINI – ITALY
LUCAS MADE IN BIRMINGHAM
Please download any of the catalogue pages as required from this site for costing reasons. If you have any other reasons to download these pages, please contact Oliver Barnes in advance.
“Contact the Classic Triumph Motorcycle Spares Experts”
Oliver Barnes: +44 (0) 1395 444099
CLUTCH Pre-unit Springs: Stand on their ends and compare a new spring, if the length is not the same or very nearly so then replace. Bonded plates: Wash in paraffin and examine the sections for wear and general condition. The depth of each side of the plate should be 1/32” , the tongues of each… Read more »
1885 – 1941 The origins of the Triumph Motorcycle dates back to 1885, when Siegfried Bettmann started an import/export business marketing pedal bicycles using his own brand name. He had moved to London from Germany and then only a year later changed the name to Triumph when he moved to Coventry and rented a small… Read more »