Triumph Motorcycles to Close its Doors Again

DaveM

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I just learned, yesterday, my local dealer is no longer a Triumph dealership, as of last February. They did tell me a dealer 20 miles away took over the Triumph line. When I called them to order A9700133, I learned they are sharing the building with Arlen Ness's dealership. Arlen owns (I think) the building, but not the Triumph dealer.

Incidentally, that A9700133 was the last in the USA, and considered obsolete, so the price was lowered a little bit. So, I am getting a New, Old Stock item.
 

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Incidentally, that A9700133 was the last in the USA, and considered obsolete, so the price was lowered a little bit. So, I am getting a New, Old Stock item.
That part number refers to a King and Queen seat. Like I said, it was the last in the country. I didn't want it to get lost in some warehouse, so I bought. I picked it up today, but I'm still not sure I'm going to put it on my bike.

So, it is available, at this time, for $192 USD (exact cost I paid), and shipping to USA, Canada or Mexico.

PM me.
 
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