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Triumph 750 left hand shift to right hand shift #501607
08/13/13 10:52 pm
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Did one of these years ago but cannot for the life of me remember exactly what I did.
I know I can press out the receiver for the crossover shaft from the gear change quadrant and press in an earlier right shifter shaft from an earlier 650/750. I think I either had a bushing made to receive the earlier and smaller diameter of the inside of the shaft or used one from an earlier inner tranny cover.
I am sure I am missing something.
The end result will be putting a 1976 750 Bonneville motor into a 1967 frame.
If anyone can help jar this old brain it would be very much appreciated

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Re: Triumph 750 left hand shift to right hand shift [Re: choppadude] #501611
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Steve,

When I did this to my 1977 T140 engine, I used an earlier right side shift inner and outer cover set, complete and ready to bolt on. It also went into a '67 frame. bigt


Jon W.


1957 6T Thunderbird 650
1968 T100R Daytona 500
1971 TR6R Tiger 650
1970 BSA A65F 650
1955 Tiger 100 - Project

Re: Triumph 750 left hand shift to right hand shift [Re: Jon W. Whitley] #501614
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Originally Posted By: Jon W. Whitley
Steve,

When I did this to my 1977 T140 engine, I used an earlier right side shift inner and outer cover set, complete and ready to bolt on. It also went into a '67 frame. bigt


Still need to change the gearshift quadrant ( pressing out the crossover shift shaft) as well as change the operating quadrant right?

Re: Triumph 750 left hand shift to right hand shift [Re: choppadude] #501616
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Then what do you do for a rear brake? Seems a lot of trouble?

Re: Triumph 750 left hand shift to right hand shift [Re: choppadude] #501618
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He's using a 67 frame so the brake is already sorted.


When given the choice between two evils I picked the one I haven't tried before
Re: Triumph 750 left hand shift to right hand shift [Re: choppadude] #501627
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put a plug (i used a freeze plug) in the hole on the primary side where the shift lever came through the inside of the main casting. Otherwise engine vents back into gearbox. Been there, done that. I kept the original 750 inner cover and used an earlier outer if I remember. Make sure you swap the pawl assembly.

Re: Triumph 750 left hand shift to right hand shift [Re: choppadude] #501678
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Yes, gear change quadrant and cam plate operating quadrant. I did this back in '94 or so but on second thought I I did use the T140 inner cover and only used the earlier outer cover to make the swap. Holes were plugged internally.




Originally Posted By: choppadude
Originally Posted By: Jon W. Whitley
Steve,

When I did this to my 1977 T140 engine, I used an earlier right side shift inner and outer cover set, complete and ready to bolt on. It also went into a '67 frame. bigt


Still need to change the gearshift quadrant ( pressing out the crossover shift shaft) as well as change the operating quadrant right?


Jon W.


1957 6T Thunderbird 650
1968 T100R Daytona 500
1971 TR6R Tiger 650
1970 BSA A65F 650
1955 Tiger 100 - Project


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