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Looking for Forum for old Triumphs
« on: 17.05. 2017 15:02 »
Hi, Sold my A10 as it was getting quite heavy and no side stand. Having a 1966 T100 SS delivered next week. Looking for a free forum like this one, can't join every owners club. Has anyone got a link please. Regards Colin

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Re: Looking for Forum for old Triumphs
« Reply #1 on: 17.05. 2017 16:05 »
..Sold my A10...
Boo hiss!  *bash*

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Re: Looking for Forum for old Triumphs
« Reply #2 on: 17.05. 2017 17:22 »
It went to a good home in Suffolk and is parked next to his other A10.  *smile*

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Re: Looking for Forum for old Triumphs
« Reply #3 on: 17.05. 2017 18:56 »
It went to a good home in Suffolk and is parked next to his other A10.  *smile*
Someone here?  *smile*

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Re: Looking for Forum for old Triumphs
« Reply #5 on: 18.05. 2017 00:00 »
Yes, the Britbike forum is pretty good, not as brilliant as this place though.
Britbike has sub-forums covering many marques too which can be handy. How would I put it? Britbike is very wide but not so deep.

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Re: Looking for Forum for old Triumphs
« Reply #6 on: 18.05. 2017 06:42 »
Yes, the Britbike forum is pretty good, not as brilliant as this place though.
Britbike has sub-forums covering many marques too which can be handy. How would I put it? Britbike is very wide but not so deep.

This place is great, with knowledgable, sociable contributors.

Britbike.com is good for Triumph stuff though.