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WTB: Left Handlebar Switch ~ T-140-V
#801321 03/15/20 1:01 am
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In need of a left handlebar switch (directional, Hi/Low and horn functions) for the '78 Triumph T-140-V Bonneville.  Part Number 19-1965, Mfr #  30447.
 
I would prefer a good to excellent original Lucas, not the Sparx brand aftermarket. 

Even just good enough to use or needing to fit new bullet connectors is fine as long as the contact board in the switch is intact. 

I am also not adverse to cleaning and polishing the housing so patina is also fine.

I am in the North East US. 

Thanks,
Rob


"They told me I was gonna have to work for a livin' but all I wanna do is Ride" - Jackson Browne

Current:
'75 T-160 Trident, '78 T-140 V Bonneville, '71 T100R Daytona, '13 Electra Glide, a garage full of Guzzis, '88 Honda Hawk GT, '89 Hawk GT, '84 RZ350 KR, 1978 Yamaha XS650, 1969 Dalesman Trials etc and a '73 MGB for good measure... smile
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Re: WTB: Left Handlebar Switch ~ T-140-V
Robert Dentico #801335 03/15/20 2:36 am
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Rob, is this the one in plain aluminum finish, and without a clutch perch? If so, I have an excellent one, complete with connecting cable.
.. Gregg


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Re: WTB: Left Handlebar Switch ~ T-140-V
Robert Dentico #801500 03/15/20 11:30 pm
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Hey Gregg,
It is, well, I do not have one however, the right side is of that same brushed aluminum as equipped during that era. And you are correct, no clutch lever perch.

The switch is P/N 27 on page 74 of the parts manual:

http://www.tioc.org/partsbookstriumph/pb-tri-1978-T140%2099-7003.pdf


Part No. 19-1965, Mfr. Part Number - 30447

Send me your email addy in a PM and the price you are looking for and maybe a photo or two please.

This is slightly encrypted... you know what to change. wink

radguzzi <dot > rd at gmail <dot> com

Thanks very much,
Rob

Edit: Duh... I see your email address in your signature and I'll send you a note.

Last edited by Robert Dentico; 03/16/20 12:08 am.

"They told me I was gonna have to work for a livin' but all I wanna do is Ride" - Jackson Browne

Current:
'75 T-160 Trident, '78 T-140 V Bonneville, '71 T100R Daytona, '13 Electra Glide, a garage full of Guzzis, '88 Honda Hawk GT, '89 Hawk GT, '84 RZ350 KR, 1978 Yamaha XS650, 1969 Dalesman Trials etc and a '73 MGB for good measure... smile
Re: WTB: Left Handlebar Switch ~ T-140-V
Robert Dentico #801510 03/16/20 1:22 am
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Hi Rob,

Looks like the one I have. I'll be back home in a couple of days, and will
email a couple pics to you.

.. Gregg


Spyder Integrated Technologies
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SMITHS Chronometric Restoration
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Re: WTB: Left Handlebar Switch ~ T-140-V
Robert Dentico #801723 03/17/20 8:39 pm
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Hi Rob,
I just completed sending you some pictures of the switch cluster we were discussing.
.. Gregg


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Re: WTB: Left Handlebar Switch ~ T-140-V
Robert Dentico #801929 03/19/20 3:50 pm
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Thanks much Gregg,
What a great community of helpful like mind folks we have here.

Best,
Rob


"They told me I was gonna have to work for a livin' but all I wanna do is Ride" - Jackson Browne

Current:
'75 T-160 Trident, '78 T-140 V Bonneville, '71 T100R Daytona, '13 Electra Glide, a garage full of Guzzis, '88 Honda Hawk GT, '89 Hawk GT, '84 RZ350 KR, 1978 Yamaha XS650, 1969 Dalesman Trials etc and a '73 MGB for good measure... smile

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