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New Triumph 650 Twins Primary Cover 1963-1967   Over the years as Triumph parts start to get picked out, some valuable "must have" items will get harder and harder to find, especially in good or usable shape. One part in specific happens to be the primary cover on Triumph 650 unit twins from 1963-1967. Primary covers, timing cover, fenders, tanks and many other features happen to be the key visual parts that make your motorcycle stand out. With the primary cover, most where damaged and cracked from falling or from a primary chain that has failed. Not to mention some...

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The Amal Premier Carburetor   The New Amal Premier MK I (Mark 1) Concentric Carburetor has currently been in Production for sometime now. Not really considered "new" anymore... but it depends on who you ask! Many folks to this day still have not heard of the Amal Premier carburetor, but I would like to change that and hope everyone from today's post will have an insight of just how "Premier" they really are.       Always look for the "Premier Range" Sticker on the box to ensure it's the real deal. Made in England.   If you still have...

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Genuine Original (NOS) High & Low Note Clear Hooter Horns. Triumph Part # 60-2256 & 60-2257 (D2256 & D2257)   Rare, scarce, limited & expensive are all words to describe Triumph / BSA dual Clear Hooter horns. No these are not your typical Automobile horns as seen on Jaguars & MG's... (Although they do look similar). These particular Clear Hooter horns are often referred to as "The Holy Grail of Horns", and here's why. Clear Hooter horns where made and produced in England for British automobiles and motorcycles from the 1930's through the 1970's. Similar to Lucas but on a...

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70-9911, 71-3667, L.F. Harris -

  Genuine Made In England To O.E.M. Specs By L.F. Harris. Rod Bolts & Nuts are also included. Polished Finish    Do you own a BSA Unit Single? Does the year happen to be 1971 or 1972? Is it a 250? If so... Keep reading. L.F. Harris is now reproducing Forged Connecting Rods for late BSA Unit Singles (250) from 1971-1972. These are know to be the "Strongest" Rods out of the 5 that Triumph/BSA installed on there 250 models. Yes, over time Connecting Rods can become worn & introduced to a lot of stress and should be replaced when...

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British Bikes, BSA, Classic British Spares, Dealers, Norton, Triumph Motorcycle Parts -

Navigating The Classic British Spares Website   One of the Major Goals for our Ecommerce Website is to be user "Friendly" regardless of your computer skills or ability's. We want our Website to be Fun, Knowledgeable, & Easy for everyone to enjoy a great shopping Experience with us. To get the most out of our website, we try to use the correct O.E.M. part numbers (when applicable) in every listing. That includes, Norton, Triumph, & BSA Part numbers along with the associated part brands from Lucas, Amal, EMGO, Griling, Etc. Below are the steps that we recommend to finding the...

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