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post #1 of 8 Old 11-20-12, 15:51 Thread Starter
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Is there a parts exchange list readily available anywhere?

Hey guys!

I need three parts..
1. Front Wheel
2. Rear Wheel
3. Clutch cover

I have been told that for all three parts, they are interchangeable from 06-12. Is this true? I need to buy them but do not want to buy a mis-fitting year!

Which brings me to my question is if there is an interchangeable parts list for the years of our bike?

Thanks!
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Ok, no luck. haha

If there is no parts list, can someone please confirm that the rear wheel and front are the same from years 2006-2011/12?

Also, is the clutch cover the same for every year?
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Go on www.bikebandit.com and compare their part numbers. The wheels will work 1st gen or 2nd gen. you can call triumph dealer and ask as well but sometimes they want a vin number. Clutch cover should be the same, but I know wheels will work no matter what year. I think 2nd gen (2009+) are lighter than 1st gens(06-08).

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I believe the clutch cover is same bolt pattern, but different cosmetically.
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THANKS A LOT GUYS!!!!

I will try to compare part numbers for the clutch cover, but glad to hear about rims! Thanks!
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I have a front wheel for sale for $200 shipped CONUS, you will still need rotors, rotor bolts, and bearings though. Bearings were removed because they were shot.

PM me if interested

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Thanks, but what color is it? I am looking for a gold one...
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Thanks, but what color is it? I am looking for a gold one...

Its not gold

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