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Misterplant:
Soooo,having finished beating my salvage yard Girly into usable shape, I noticed an accident damaged 1050 tiger on a certain auction web site,d catagory,mainly cosmetic, only one bid with the end in sight,so cracked open the piggy bank,and scooped it up at for sub three grand.
It's a 2011 se model,starts and seems to run ok on a very limited test run down my muddy track.
As before with the Girly,it's a tight budget to work to,but I've got a few boxes of random triumph spares festering away which I will ferret through for stuff like levers,grips etc.
So on to my first ask..
The SE has the same handlebars as the later sports models-black and tapered.ive got a busted bar end support,which I've got off,but a perusal of the world of triumph parts pages don't show anything similar.anyone got any  :icon_scratch:clue?

Misterplant:
Pic pic of her before surgery began. :augie

Timbox2:
Ive got a Tiger Sport with the tapered bars and there is nothing like that in the bars/ barends, Im guessing it must be an aftermarket part

Misterplant:
Hi timbox,ta for your previous help with the girly electric probs by the way,got there in the end!
I'm pretty sure these are oe kit.the bars are definitely triumph and the gubbins pictured screw into the handle bar ends which are threaded with the large thread as my previous pic.these bits sit outside the bars unlike a normal bar end arrangement,by about two inches old money,but are hidden within the grips,so unless you remove a grip,they look kinda like the end of the handlebar.
Il take a pic showing what I mean tomorrow.its a pain in the ass,cos it means you can't just bung any other bar ends on,because they are an integral part of the bars on which the grips partially sit...

Timbox2:

--- Quote from: Misterplant on November 05, 2017, 08:24:42 PM ---Hi timbox,ta for your previous help with the girly electric probs by the way,got there in the end!
I'm pretty sure these are oe kit.the bars are definitely triumph and the gubbins pictured screw into the handle bar ends which are threaded with the large thread as my previous pic.these bits sit outside the bars unlike a normal bar end arrangement,by about two inches old money,but are hidden within the grips,so unless you remove a grip,they look kinda like the end of the handlebar.
Il take a pic showing what I mean tomorrow.its a pain in the ass,cos it means you can't just bung any other bar ends on,because they are an integral part of the bars on which the grips partially sit...

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Ok, but dont understand, my bars have a female thread inside and a long bolt goes through bar weight etc and just screws into it?

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