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Author: Floyd Clymer
ISBN: 9781588502896
VP Book ID: 20176
Pages: 210
Dimensions: 8.25" x 10.75"

Description: 210 pages and more than 220 illustrations and charts, size 8.25 x 10.75 inches. This publication is a reproduction of the January 1972 Triumph factory workshop manual part number 99-0947.

This manual is applicable to all 650cc oil-in-frame UK, General Export and USA models including the T120R, TR6R, TR6C, T120RV, TR6RV and TR6CV manufactured between October 1970 and September 1973.

It is generally accepted that 1971 through 1973 are the appropriate model years for the 650cc oil-in-frame machines. However, in September 1973 the Triumph employees barricaded the factory gates and began an 18 month 'sit in' effectively managing the company as a co-operative. During that 18 month period there were some T120RV models assembled and released. However, the remainder did not leave the factory until the 'sit-in' ended in 1975. Consequently, the actual production run for the T120RV can be considered to be from 1971 to 1975.

While many of the mechanical components were shared with the earlier 650cc twins the introduction of the oil-in-frame models required the publication of a 'revised' factory workshop manual that covered both the new electrical and mechanical components and the five-speed models that were introduced in 1972. Consequently, owners of the late model 650cc machines are subjected to considerable confusion surrounding the appropriate selection of the multitude of originals and reprints of the various 650cc manuals that have recently flooded the marketplace. We encourage you to exercise caution when purchasing a manual for your motorcycle or automobile as many of the reprints found on internet websites are from 'bedroom sellers' at enticingly low prices by individuals that really have no idea what they are selling. Many are nothing more than poor quality comb-bound photocopies that are scanned and printed complete with greasy pages and thumbprints and, as such, are deceptively described as 'pre-owned', 'used' or even 'refurbished'. In addition, they are often advertised for the incorrect series and/or model years. While the oil-in-frame models are easily identified, owners of those models are encouraged to verify that the workshop manual is appropriate for their machine. A quick check of the engine number is the most accurate method...$34.95 USD


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