Classic Triumph Petrol Tanks

DaveM

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There has been a lot of threads on repairing or replacing classic Triumph petrol tanks and I came across this site that maybe of intrest to those looking for such parts

Burton Bike Bits online store and the main site Burton Bike Bits
 

DaveM

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It looks like they have some good stuff but it does look expensive
 

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Yes, it is pricey; but I have found little pertaining to classics that is not pricey. :y2:
 

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Over the years I've bought quite a few items from Burton Bike Bits. I always received exactly what I ordered and in a very timely manner. Air mail from the UK to the east coast of Canada is very fast.
And yes, not much is cheap in the spare parts world of classic bikes.
 
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