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Used tappets removed from a 1960 T20 Tiger Cub Triumph. Appear to be in good used condition. Please check your references to make sure these are what you need. Inv B825
My items up for auction are from the inventory of a Triumph shop that closed in the early 1980s. It specialized in 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s Triumphs. I will be adding new items weekly so check my other auctions. If you have questions please contact me through the ask a question link or e-mail at .
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Parts sold as used parts. Remember these parts are 30 + years old. Most are original parts and they are not perfect. If you receive an item that you feel is not as described or are not happy with please contact me. You are a valuable customer. We inspect alot of parts per week and can miss defects. We are only human.
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