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Triumph Triples & Fours Models Motorcycle 1991-1999 Service & Shop Manual




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Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for Triumph Triples & Fours Models Motorbike. It's the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.

This Triumph Triples & Fours Models Motorcycle 1991-1999 service & repair manual (including maintenance, overhaul, disassembling & assembling, adjustment, tune-up, operation, inspecting, diagnostic & troubleshooting…) is divided into different sections. Each section covers a specific component or system with detailed illustrations. A table of contents is placed at the beginning of each section. Pages are easily found by category, and each page is expandable for great detail. The printer-ready PDF documents work like a charm on all kinds of devices.

Models covered:
750 Trident. 748cc. 1991 to 1998
750 Daytona. 748cc. 1991 to 1993
750 Speed triple. 748cc. 1996
900 Trident. 885cc. 1991 to 1998
900 Trophy. 885cc. 1991 to 1999
900 Daytona. 885cc. 1992 to 1996
900 Daytona Super III. 885cc. 1994 to 1996
900 (Trident) Sprint. 885cc. 1993 to 1998
900 Sprint Sport. 885cc. 1996 to 1998
900 Sprint Executive. 885cc. 1998
900 Speed Triple. 885cc. 1994 to 1996
900 Thunderbird. 885cc. 1995 to 1999
900 Thunderbird Sport. 885cc. 1998 to 1999
900 Adventurer. 885cc. 1996 to 1999
900 Legend TT. 885cc. 1998 to 1999
900 Tiger. 885cc. 1993 to 1998
1000 Daytona. 998cc. 1991 to 1993
1200 Trophy. 1180cc. 1991 to 1999
1200 Daytona. 1180cc. 1993 to 1998
Note: The fuel injected 1997-on T509/955i Speed Triple, 1998-on 955i Sprint ST, 1997-on T595/955i Daytona and 1999 Tiger models are not covered by this manual.

10 Dislodge the rubber dust boot from the base of the master cylinder to reveal the pushrod retaining circlip (see illustration).
11 Depress the pushrod and, using circlip pliers, remove the circlip. Slide out the piston assembly and spring. Lay the parts out in the proper order to prevent confusion during reassembly. Triumph advise that the circlip and piston seals be renewed when disturbed.
12 Clean all of the parts with clean brake fluid or denatured alcohol.
Caution: Do not, under any circumstances, use a petroleum-based solvent to clean brake parts. If compressed air is available, use it to dry the parts thoroughly (make sure it's filtered and unlubricated).
13 Check the master cylinder bore for corrosion, scratches, nicks and score marks. If damage is evident, the master cylinder must be renewed. If the master cylinder is in poor condition, then the caliper should be checked as well.
14 If required, the fluid reservoir hose elbow can be detached from the master cylinder once the circlip has been removed. Discard the 0-ring as a new one must be fitted on installation. Inspect the reservoir hose for cracks or splits and renew it if necessary.
15 Before reassembling the master cylinder, soak the piston and its new seals in clean brake fluid for 1 0 or 15 minutes. Lubricate the master cylinder bore with clean brake fluid, then carefully insert the parts in the reverse order of disassembly, ensuring the tapered end of the spring is facing the piston. Make sure the lips on the cup seals do not turn inside out when they are slipped into the bore.
16 Install and depress the pushrod, then install a new circlip, making sure it is properly seated In the groove.
17 Install the rubber dust boot, making sure the lip Is seated properly in the groove.

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