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Tribsa Triple ??? #285706
11/24/09 10:15 pm
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Wasn't sure where to put this one . In the triples category or the Specials category... Anybody tried stuffing a T150v lump in a 58 swingarm beezer a10 chassis ?? Is it possible ? Any Ideas would be appreciated...Note...No original matching parts bikes were "butchered" in the making of this twisted idea !!! Just had some Extras' Lying around...

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Re: Tribsa Triple ??? [Re: stevo] #288048
12/09/09 1:11 pm
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I would think it could be made to fit. Please add photos if you are doing it.


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Re: Tribsa Triple ??? [Re: stevo] #288739
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In the current issue of Classic Bike Guide there is a triple cylinderA-10 with DOHC in maybe A10 or maybe RE Bullet frame..altho I'm sure I'm having a senior moment and confusing my specials.

Maddeningly these magazines all don't cover the creative and tricky specials, street, show, and race made by people in a cold drafty lockup somewhere...instead have 5 pages of a Bonneville restoration. grrrr.

The chopper magazines do feature specials very well and celebrate the creativity and clever engineering that goes into these bikes, part of a looong tradition of using what you have. Unfortunately the HD coverage and ugly macho designs predominate, but there you go...I'm much more a fan of 'specials' instead of assembly line perfect restorations, nice as they are.

So just do it, and post pictures.

Oops!
Also in there is an A-10 with a Yamaha 650 in the stock A-10 frame and gear....and the poor full width brake, mas yikes!! Very nicely done...guess I have to reheat my complaints :>

Re: Tribsa Triple ??? [Re: Bodger] #288900
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Originally Posted By: Bodger

Oops!
Also in there is an A-10 with a Yamaha 650 in the stock A-10 frame and gear. :>


Rather like putting a 350 Chevy engine in a Jag?


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Re: Tribsa Triple ??? [Re: DavidP] #289322
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a Tribsa like this one in NZ

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Re: Tribsa Triple ??? [Re: stevo] #291167
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Yes its possible i have a BSA B33 frame with a Unit T100 engine built in 1968, try Unity Equip nr Rochdale they have plates
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