Electrical Products We do not warranty electrical items, if there is any defect or fault we will help to try and figure the issue out, but any warranty offered or manufacturing defect will have to be addressed directly with the manufacturer. If an item is new, unused and unmounted in original packaging we will accept returns as usual.
Can I exchange an
apparel item for a different size? We do
not do direct exchanges, however you can purchase
the proper size apparel item and return the unworn,
unwanted one for a refund. See below for the proper
return procedure. If apparel items have been worn or
washed we will not accept returns!
Domestic (USA) Shipping Our primary domestic shipping method is UPS. We chose this method because it matches the service level we offer to all of our customers. We want to make sure the packages we ship have point by point tracking, insurance in case of an issue, that the package will get to you on time, and in great condition! We charge actual shipping based off of your order (weight and dimension) as well as your address; We do not add on any additional handling or service charges!
only offered for lighter weight, low value
shipments. We limit this because they do not offer
true tracking and a offer a lower service level.
We charge actual shipping rates and do not add on
any additional handling or service charges!
USPS First Class International typically takes 2-6 weeks and has minimal tracking, once it leaves the country it will not be updated until it clears customs. This is the cheap option for light low value packages, but you get what you pay for! USPS Priority International is faster and has better tracking, and typically arrives in 7 - 10 business days. The customs declaration number will not show an update until it is released from customs in your country.
lower the value on packages for customs?
We WILL NOT do this, it is
illegal and we can not mark the value of your
orders down. Even if you ask we can not do this
and we have no control over any fees, duties or
taxes your country or customs department may
charge you. Please take this into account and if
you are unsure research it with your customs
department we are not familiar with every
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Motorcycles We Make
|British Frame Types, Years
'Unit' refers to unit Triumphs or BSAs. The 'unit' bikes have a motor and transmission that is one piece. Earlier 'Pre Units' have a transmission that is a separate piece from the engine. Unit 650 c.c. Triumphs were 1963 and later. The unit bolt-on hardtails also fit pre unit duplex frames, '60 - '62, which are characterized by the double-downtubes at the front of the frame.
Triumphs 1971 and newer are known as OIF or Oil-In-Frame models. They have a much thicker frame backbone and seat post, which serves as the oil tank. These OIF frames are different than the earlier styles and you cannot use a bolt-on hardtail on them. The rear section of the frame has to be cut and a weld-on hardtail welded in place in a jig by a professional welder.
Triumph unit bolt-on hardtails fit 1963 - 1970 bikes. '71 on up are known as Oil-In-Frame or OIF models, and you cannot use a bolt-on hardtail with these, the frames are different and would require a weld-on hardtail.
You can fit up to a size 140 tire in our hardtails or full frames without a problem. A wider tire will physically fit in the frame but you will have an issue in trying to keep the motor sprocket and the rear wheel sprocket in-line, and to keep the chain from eating at the side of the tire.
Stretch refers to the length of the bike, based on the measurement from axle-to-axle on a stock bike. So a 4" stretch gives you 4" more length axle-to-axle than on your stock bike. If you go with a 0" stretch you will NOT have room to mount an oil tank inside the hardtail between the seat post and the fender/wheel. You would have to use a stock-type or side mounted oil tank.
With a 2" stretch it gives you more room and allows you to use an approximately 5" diameter oil tank. A 4" stretch allows even more room and you can do a bit larger oil tank or still mount a 5" diameter tank with a little more room to spare so it isn't so tight. A 4" stretch gives you a nice line from the backbone of your stock front frame section right down to the rear axle, it keeps it pretty much one continuous line.
Drop refers to the ride height of your bike. When you choose a hardtail with drop, it is lowering the rear and of the bike. So for instance (measure your own bike to determine the actual ride height), if you happen to have 5" of clearance on a stock bike with stock wheels, and you install a hardtail with 2.5" of drop it will lower the rear of the frame so it has 2.5" of ground clearance. If you want your frame to sit level and you lower the rear you will have to either shorten your front end or rake it.
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