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Re: 4c Triumph T110

Postby GHOSTHUNTER » Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:36 am

Putting back pictures into your PB account wont make them visible here on the forum unless you start paying a fee to them. Your best option is to switch to another host as I did and I am currently happy using a 'postimage' free account.

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Re: 4c Triumph T110

Postby zBret » Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:16 pm

What I meant by putting them back, was onto our forum here, by using a different host
as you mentioned Ghosty :)

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Re: 4c Triumph T110

Postby Brad Pittiful » Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:32 am

some great info in this thread...so much so i found one on ebay and won a roll pin/sping axel model today...ill share details when i get it
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Re: 4c Triumph T110

Postby Brad Pittiful » Sun Sep 24, 2017 4:02 pm

i received the cycle and it has the roll/spring pin...it has the base braces...nice condition overall except for one of the handle bars is broken off...so how many have we got now?
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Re: 4c Triumph T110

Postby yellowfoden » Mon Sep 25, 2017 2:59 am

Brad Pittiful wrote:i received the cycle and it has the roll/spring pin...it has the base braces...nice condition overall except for one of the handle bars is broken off...so how many have we got now?



That is good news Dan,
Sometimes we speak of the locality where these models were first shipped to. I know we can’t be certain for sure of exact original shipping destination but it is interesting that of the 5 production examples known, 3 have popped up in the States,(assuming yours was USA) one in Australia
and the other in Antonin's spares box. :D
Like Jason I am very fond of the first code in a production model and was pretty pleased to find this one.

Plus the one on the 78 pre-pro. Do we know if there is more than one pre-pro in existence?

Bert



Hello Zbret,
Thanks for reloading the two pics, good to see thread complete again. I too am now the pleased owner of the second type axle.
Another triumph for 2017 you could say. ;)
Here is a composite pic of the three axles in order of production from left to right. All are on the early casting with the thin ribs (braces) on the base.
There may be one more type of axle they tried in this early period before settling on the steel dome head riveted, I will try and get a suitable photo.

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