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#890810 09/15/22 8:19 pm
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Hi old buds,
For reasons I've retired from motorcyling and moving home.
I have a few Triumph twin specialised tools that I would prefer to go to a useful home, than to the general waste of a shed clearance.

Crank pinion puller (quality)
Cam pinion puller/installer
Clutch hub puller

The elusive complete set of equipment for removing drive side cam bushes, sizing the timing side bushes, then line reaming the drive side bushes (tap, ballbearing, sleeve, reamer) only used on 2 bushes. This cost me much more than £100 to gather.

All yours for the postage.

Dave

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You have mail.

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Hi Koan; was good to read your opinions here. Have a good time anyway.
Regarding some tools, if possible yet I am in.

Thanks

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Apologies, I should have thought more carefully.

I don't want to get into shipping worldwide. I have had a request from someone in UK which is really what I had in mind.

Sorry to all the interested parties in USA etc!

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That's OK.

If EBAY postal costs are a guide, it would have cost 300 British pounds sterling to send them to the USA anyway.

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You might still want to send to reverb, he really does struggle in Uruguay with bits

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I still value your gesture.

Live long & prosper

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Not me, I'm pissed. ;-)

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Koan, thanks for all the help over the years, sorry you have had to step away from bikes.

All the best!


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