Triumph 650 750 T120 TR6 T140 TR7 Oil In Frame Retro Sidepanel ‘Beauty’ Kit ABS Plastic PN# TBS-4077 ABS TBS-4078


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SKU: 633726126695 Categories: , , , Tag: Year: 1971-1978Make: BSA TriumphModel: 650 and 750 models


The retro side panel kit is designed to replace the void left when the air box assembly is removed from the oil in frame models from BSA and Triumph. The shape of the covers adds an earlier vintage aesthetic to the 1970s models originally equipped with the air box assembly.

The side panels are made with durable and lightweight ABS plastic, allowing for easy installation and custom fitment. Suitable for use when earlier “pancake” air cleaners are fitted to the carburetors. The kit is supplied with mounting hardware. The covers are bare black ABS and can be painted to enhance the finish.

The side panels are designed to fit onto the existing chassis air box mounts. They will fit most of the oil in frame models, although the later T140E models will need to have the breather system rerouted after the original air box is removed.

The covers may require some fettling to clear the breather hose, chainguard, and battery carrier. Standoffs are provided with the hardware kit to help with correct alignment, although additional shims or washers may be helpful in achieving optimal fitment.

**** Note: While these are a bolt on item the finish is the bare abs plastic and should be painted to suit your requirements.****

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  1. Easy install for retro look. It comes with shiny fasteners. You’ll need to source rubber grommets to insert into the cover hole. The gromet then fits over the frame pegs. If replacing the OE air box (a real boat anchor) you’ll need to re-locate the Zener Diode as it is fastened to the OE air box. I installed the ZD onto a scrap piece of aluminum and mounted it under the cover. Steve

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