1974 Triumph TR5T Trophy Trail
Owner: Geoffrey M. of Virginia
COMMENTS:  This unrestored Triumph was purchased by the owner's brother in the late 1970s, then was passed on to him.  The owner stored it for 28 years then recently decided to ride again.  It has been to another shop but still needed repair work & the typical "get it running well again" service.  Work included clean one Amal 920 concentric carburetor, re-weld side stand, replace spark plugs, clean air filter, adjust valves, change oil & clean screen, adjust drive chain, review timing (Tri-spark), lube cables, replace transmission & primary oils, replace speedometer cable & drive & tachometer drive, replace front & rear trials tires including adding heavy duty inner tubes, replace oil pressure switch, and perform a Virginia Safety Inspection.  This service took 6.5 hours of labor + parts.
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See the casting flaw in the carb bowl?  This is why we clean, clean, clean when we work on a carburetor
Tachometer drive
Side stand was broken off but was welded back on & painted