Monday, October 10, 2016

Triumph Thruxton 1200 1200R Fender Eliminator

                                 Tick-Tock, Thruxton FEK'S ready to rock!

Fender Eliminator for 2016 liquid cooled Thruxton.  Handsome design, crafted in aircraft grade aluminum casting. All stainless fasteners. Bolt on ready with quick connect harness. 

                                           British made in the U.S.A








Available with turn signals or without.

ASSEMBLY
 
1/ Disconnect connector plug for fender harness.
2/ Remove 6 fender bolts, remembering the forward 2 are shorter, then remove fender.
3/ Remove seat latch by removing the 2 screws. Once latch is free, the cable should be disconnected from mechanism.
4/ Replace forward 2 rubber grommets fitted on fender, to forward 2 holes in F.E.K mud pan.
5/ Keep all other rubber grommets and steel ferules in place. First, fit the forward 2 bolts retaining light bracket, using oem bolts. Stainless washers and nyloc nuts supplied.
6/ With all 4 holes in bracket aligned, tighten forward 2 bolts.
7/ Feed seat latch cable through transfer hole in base of pan. Reattach to latch and secure latch to frame
8/ Align mud pan and secure with remaining 4 bolts,washers and nuts. Remembering, the shorter 2 bolts fit in forward position. 
 9/ Connect wires as below. Long black wire with ring terminal, connects to either threaded stud on back of lamp chassis.

   Harness                                                                   Tail Lamp
ORANGE ....................................................RED  STOP LIGHT +
BROWN......................................................BLACK TAIL LIGHT +
BLACK W/RING TERMINAL ................................STUD ON LAMP CHASSIS GROUND -
BLUE.........................................................R/H TURN +
RED...........................................................L/H TURN +
BLACK DUAL CONNECTOR ................................SIGNAL GROUND -



3 comments:

  1. Looks good. Can't wait until they are available.

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  2. I can't wait either!

    Regards,

    Jonathan

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