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It has come time for me to begin to rid myself of my old motorcycles and parts. I am rapidly losing interest in all of it. I have no interest in selling parts on Ebay or at swap meets. It's just not worth the effort for such a small amount of money. I am sorting through all the junk I have collected over many years.

Some of the stuff has some value, and I will post photos of those parts with prices as I go along. All prices are negotiable and I am open to any offers. That being said, I won't pack and ship anything for less than $25. It simply is not worth the effort and the 50 mile round trip to Fedex.

A lot more of it is pretty much worthless. But I thought I will post photos of some of it here to see if anyone is interested before I give it to the local hoarder.

Here are some Triumph/BSA gearbox parts. These parts were in bags and each photo shows the contents of an individual bag. There appears to be 2 complete 4 speed gearboxes and 1 early 5 speed. I believe all of these components came from Trident/Rocket3 engines.

I have not inventoried these parts. It's also been a few years since I have worked on any of these gearboxes, so I'm not sure what's missing.

If you are interested in any of this, send me a PM.

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Originally Posted by Rocketman71
I won't pack and ship anything for less than $25. It simply is not worth the effort and the 50 mile round trip to Fedex.
You know, you can create an online FedEx account which gives you a decent discount, and when you book shipments online you can call for a package pick-up from your doorstep.


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interested in shift plungers, last pic
can pp


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Could not work PM. I am interested in 5 spd if it fits in 71 TR6C.

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Originally Posted by Rocketman71
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interested in shift plungers, last pic
can pp

I'm not sure what pp is.


Generally, Pre-Pay or Post Payment via PayPal, Venmo, etc..


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pp is paypal in my world
prepaid also works
ive shipped stuff all over the world
pita sometimes to be sure
gifting helps
in most cases recipients have made it worthwhile


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I guess I playing too cute.

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I do not know what is needed to convert. I will put it on top burner, research it and come up with a list. Please provide name and address to send check to. Shipping is to 19363.

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I got PM's working.

you have mail


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