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Offline hawkman91

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17 800xc service kit part #
« on: December 06, 2020, 01:49:35 AM »
Im having a hard time finding the part number to order my 12k mile service kit and was hoping someone could help me. Ive got a 2017 tiger 800xc

Offline samsgrandad

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Re: 17 800xc service kit part #
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2020, 11:55:05 AM »
I've just checked on the World of Triumph website, www.worldoftriumph.co.uk and the part number you need appears to be :- T3990015, this includes plugs, air and oil filters plus cam cover seals and other gaskets.

Offline barry.t100sr

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Re: 17 800xc service kit part #
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2020, 06:30:55 PM »

 Why not decide which parts you need to replace Hawkman, then get them from your local motor-factor ??

 Then you don't waste money on bits you don't need, and you pay less for the bits you do need.

 For example, the Iridium spark plugs fitted to the Tiger will easily last 24,000 miles, maybe a lot more than that.
 Check the air filter, if it's clean leave it alone.

 The big issue is valve clearances ! it's a very time consuming job even just to check them. Check the forums,.... loads of discussion on there.

 The only routine jobs  I do are Oil/filter change and brake service.  Check the rest by all means, but don't waste money replacing parts that are still servicable.

I'm assuming that chain and tyres are well looked after before every run  :002:
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Offline hawkman91

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Re: 17 800xc service kit part #
« Reply #3 on: December 08, 2020, 04:24:40 AM »
Thanks samsgrandad for the website suggestion. I was able to pull up the kit and part numbers. Ive just replaced the filter with k&n so i guess i will order all other parts except filter and plugs if they look good. Then check valve clearances and go from there.
Thanks.

 


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