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Old 11-14-12, 02:39   #1
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hallo, i bought few new shims for my valve...but damn i recived the wrong product....
i received big shims, not compatible with my daytona 2010...
can you link me the right part link from world of triumph parts?
and, can i give back those wrong shims i bought and recover my money?
thx...

here's a pic...

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Old 11-14-12, 08:44   #2
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Is there a Honda dealer local to you? most late model Honda sportbikes use the same diameter shims as the 675. I think most Yamahas and Suzukis use them as well.
They're 7.48mm, some may call them 7.5mm.
As the counter person will likely want a specific model and year, ask to speak with a service tech and tell him the diameter and thicknesses you need. that's what I did.
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Is there a Honda dealer local to you? most late model Honda sportbikes use the same diameter shims as the 675. I think most Yamahas and Suzukis use them as well.
They're 7.48mm, some may call them 7.5mm.
As the counter person will likely want a specific model and year, ask to speak with a service tech and tell him the diameter and thicknesses you need. that's what I did.
yes... but it's too late.......
i hope i can returns this shims to triumph... I also sent an email to know if i can change them with right diameter shims...
my bike is going to stay off for another week
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