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Looking for one or more pair of folding front foot pegs (TR6C, TT) for a 1964-70 Triumph 650.

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The T100C pegs thru 1971 are the same I believe also if you could find some of these as well.

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T100C folding pegs are NOT "the same" as those for TR6C and T120TT.

The 650 ones mount to the rear engine mount plates, the T100C 500cc ones mount directly to the frame.
The mounting pieces are different lengths and shapes.

Only the folding parts that carries the rubbers are the same for all of them.

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Originally Posted by Irish Swede
T100C folding pegs are NOT "the same" as those for TR6C and T120TT.

The 650 ones mount to the rear engine mount plates, the T100C 500cc ones mount directly to the frame.
The mounting pieces are different lengths and shapes.

Only the folding parts that carries the rubbers are the same for all of them.



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I have an NOS OEM set, but will tell you that I believe they have been reproduced recently, and at less cost.
Check in with CBS with that question......


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Thanks KC. I will. I know that folding pegs for OIFs are available. I’ll check on the 64-70 650s.

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how about bsa? are they repo'd?

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I am quite sure the answer is no. I was looking awhile ago myself, and paid more then I thought I should to be sure I got a set.
Not that I’m out riding in the style those things were invented for,......... but it sure makes a difference parking and storing in close quarters!!

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I'm with KC. About all I find them useful for is in transporting or storing a bike.

Over the years I've had folding pegs on two Triumphs. I didn't like them.
They can try to "fold" when you are just moving your feet.
If they were spring-loaded to hold them in place it would have been less of a problem.

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i got the banged up shins to prove that.

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If you haven't found any, I have a set I'd sell

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Mike:

I am interested. I tried to send a PM, but not sure if it came through.

Thanks,

Lew

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Hi Lew. I don't see a message. Email me [email protected]

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Mike - did you get my email in your Yahoo account?

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