Hermit's Triumph 650 Parts ListsUpdated July 2018
All the following lists are published from a database using a proprietary database program.
Database information includes sizes, orientations, torque settings, special tools, etc. Sources of information include #7 Parts, the Triumph Workshop Manual, and direct measurements and observations.
The database is updated continuously and re-published periodically to include additions and changes.
Your comments and suggestions are welcome.
How many bolts, nuts, and washers does it take to hold a Bonnie together? Or, how many nipples does she have? Take a guess and then have a look at this list to find out.
Comphrehensive, illustrated lists of special purpose service tools for the classic Triumph Twins. Includes the Triumph Workshop Manual page number where description and use of the tool can be found.
Errors, mostly in the #7 parts reference. These include incorrect sizes, wrong part numbers, mixed up illustrations, etc.
For example, this report will show you all the places (9) that 14-0302 plain nuts are used and bring up the Figure for each.
Does that bolt go head in or head out? Which front fender stay goes on the outside, the top or the front? Maybe this will help.
Torque settings for various parts. Listed by part number.
Torque settings for various parts. Listed by location.
Click Figure to Display PartsScroll the Figures in the left-hand pane, then click on a Figure to display its parts list in the right pane.
Click Part to Display FigureScroll list of parts in the left-hand pane, then click on a part's hyperlink (Fig.x) to display its Figure in the right pane.
In these lists you can browse, or quickly find parts by their part number, description, or any other key word by pressing Ctrl-F and using your browser's Search function.
Parts labels ordered by numeric part numbers. Parts used in more than one location are grouped together.
Parts labels ordered by part descriptions.
All circlips get grouped together, as do all nuts, screws, washers, etc.
Parts labels ordered by illustrations and reference numbers.
All parts associated with the same illustration are grouped together.
To err is human. These lists are presented "as is". That is to say, it is your responsibility to double-check any and all information found here. I am not responsible for any physical or financial damage or inconvenience you might incur as a result of using this information.