Top 3 Parts That Always Need To Be Replaced
Ever hear someone say they completed there "full restoration"? - Don't believe it because its not true! When you say it's "done" or "complete" it really means the work and headaches have just begun.
I complied my top 3 list of parts that I have found that always need to be replaced on a Triumph, BSA, or Norton motorcycle. You might be surprised that my top 3 list of parts can usually be purchased for under $30.
Ever walk into your garage and smelled the stench of gasoline? Chances are it's your petcocks leaking fuel into the carburetor or around the tap it's self.
#2 Fork Seals
There's nothing worse than strapping down your motorcycle on a trailer or riding over bumps in the road and to only find that your fork seals are blown.
Running front forks without oil will cause serious damage and also is extremely dangerous.
#3 Rubber Components
One of my most annoying problems that I have with new rubber components today is that they only seem to last five months or less.
Regardless of where you purchase your rubber parts from, what brand, and the country of origin – it's all going to crack in a short period of time.
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