Triumph 1960’s 1950’s heavy-duty telescopic forks.
They could suit a 1960 Pre-unit 500cc Twin 5T or even 6T.
They might also suit the later unit T100.
Early to mid-60’s Set Heavy Duty forks for the T20 Triumph Tiger Cub 200cc Motorcycle look similar.
I have to admit that these forks don’t match my other set of T20 heavy-duty forks that I have on my bike. However, the fork end caps seemed to change between 1964 and 1965. The set that I have installed on the bike, have flat sides to the end caps. These forks have a more pronounced ridge which is what the 1964 T20 Tiger Cub heavy-duty forks had.
Just so that you can see what I mean about the parts list, I have included an image of the 1964 end caps from the list.
Triumph T20 Tiger Cub heavy duty forks are very hard to come by. People like to use them for the Pre-65 Trials competition bikes. Others like to have them on their trail bike conversions. While I am not 100% certain that these are Cub forks, I am pretty sure they will do the job. If you are uncertain, please ask for dimensions. Or, just don’t buy them. Check the lugs on the leg will suit your needs.
They are being sold as you see them. In OK condition but could do with checking over completely. They are priced to accommodate this.
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