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77BonnevilleThu Jul-19-12 04:21 PM
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"How much in common: Triumph T140V & Norton 850 Commando ? "


  

          

It has been bothering me for some time, and I am searching for some answers. How many parts / pieces / bits / etc doe the Triumph T140V and Norton 850 Commandos have in common ? I am under the impression that certain pieces of body work / gauges / other parts are shared, but how interchangeable are these two machines ?

Any insight is greatly appreciated.

1977 Triumph T140 Bonneville & 1971 Triumph Daytona T100. Kept in tip top shape by http://www.britishmotorcyclerepair.com

  

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dynodaveTue Feb-04-14 08:37 AM
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#1. "RE: How much in common: Triumph T140V & Norton 850..."
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Possibly the throttle twist of the 75 norton MKIII and t140 might be the same casting but the norton has the estart button and the triumph doesn't . maybe the rear norton brake cylinder is like the triumph.

  

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