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TRIUMPH TOOLS

A word on extractors. Everybody can ruin an extractor by overtightening and stripping the threads.
Make sure the threads are all clean, screw the extractor in as deep as possible. Turn it carefully tight. Then give the bolt a sharp blow with a hammer and usually the hub pops off. If it does not want to come off, try to heaten the outside of the hub and keep the underlying shaft cool.
Good luck.

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TUBE SPANNER 1 7/8"

61-6125
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5 SPEED GEARBOX SPROCKET SPANNER

TRIUMPH TWIN CAMSHAFT TOOL

GER155
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Camshaft extractor and replacing tool all twins
60-2213

TUBE SPANNER 1 5/8"

GER159
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4 SPEED TRIUMPH GEARBOX SPROCKET SPANNER

3 CYLINDER CLUTCH HUB EXTRACTOR

GER192
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BSA/Triumph number 60-1860

VALVE ADJUSTER SPANNER TRIUMPH

GER223A
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Fits all square Triumph tappet adjusters.
Triumph number: 60-2184

PRIMARY CHAIN TENSIONER TOOL

61-7012
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The only thing that can adjust the primary chain tensioner on a twin.

AlternativeTriumph number D496 or 60-0496

EXTRACTOR FOR UNIT SINGLES

GER121
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BSA : C15, C25, B25, B40, B44, B50 the clutch hub
TRIUMPH:  T20,  timing pinion, TR25 timing pinion and clutch hub
OEM 61-3583

EXTRACTOR CLUTCH HUB SHOCK ABSORBER TRIPLES

GER232
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60-1862

TOP DEAD CENTRE TOOL BSF

GER122
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Fits in the hole behind the cylinder on pre 1968 twins. The tip locates in a notch in the flywheel. This indicates the TDC.

CLUTCH HUB EXTRACTOR ALL TRIUMPH TWINS

GER110
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Triumph number: 61-7014

Also fits BSA A50 and A65

DAMPER REMOVAL TOOL

GER61-6113
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Works on oil in frame front forks. The only pleasant way to unscrew the inner damper at the bottom.

CLUTCH LOCKING TOOL

61-3768
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When removing your clutch, this is a much better friend than 2 drunk neighbours and a rope to a streetlamp.