Parts for 650



Parts is a business in itself

At least I knew enough about the changes Triumph went through in the 80s. I went to England in 1982 and went to the Meriden factory just before it shut down. At that time they were selling off new old parts to try to raise money. There was the accountant and a few workers getting some 750s ready for a show. This was the end of the line. While there I met Mr. Tony Cooper, owner of TMS Nottingham, and was invited back to his shop. He was at the factory buying up all the old stock. He had about 3 lorries shipping loads to his shop. I remember one lorry was full of crankshafts. Wouldn't I have loved to work for him, even now. Quite an enterprise he had and was a super nice person. Got me hooked up with some parts and I still buy them from him. Martin works with him and is great on the phone. The parts for this bike came from him. 92 - 94 Carlton Road,Nottingham, NG3 2AS, UK,  sales@tms-motorcycles.co.uk.


Parts Heaven

I just want to call your attention to the pictures of my invoices below. They tell a story. Firstly, these are the right parts. Then they are the right price. Next, these are the best people one can deal with anywhere. Extremely knowledgeable and just a pleasure to deal with as they are the real professionals. TMS is one of the top UK suppliers of Triumph spares in the world. Call Tony or Martin, Tel: +44 (0)115 9503447.


These are the gallery of pictures. Click one. At the bottom of the pics will be a menu to bring you back here or go to the Homepage. Later in a restoration they may be worthwhile. There were other parts needed but I did not list everthing.



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