No, but TSSC have a similar scheme - details of all local helpful
Triumph owners are in the annual booklet thingy.
>From: Joe Curry[SMTP:email@example.com]
>Sent: 08 July 1999 14:40
>Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
>Subject: Re: Spit Trip
>James is in England! I don't think there are too many VTR mechanics
>along the road over there. 8^)
>> In a message dated 7/7/99 4:47:45 PM Central Daylight Time,
>> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>> << At 120 miles a journey it's the longest run I have
>> done. Just wondering what problems I might encounter on such a trip.
>> half duel carriage way, and half 'A' roads. I'm camping, so theirs little
>> room for tools, so what on my kit should I take. >>
>> Hi James,
>> I just ran the GT6 on its first long trip of the year (about 1,200 miles
>> total, Wisconsin to Ohio and back), with camping gear stowed, so I know
>> you're talking about.
>> Most important items in the kit -- cell phone and AAA card. Ok, Ok, I took
>> small toolkit as well: 2 ea. 7/16, 1/2, 9/16 comb. wrenches; similar
>> and ratchet; adjustable wrench; small vice-grip; needle-nose and regular
>> pliers; selection of screwdrivers; wire and connectors and strip/crimp
>> fistful of various appropriate fasteners; massive quantities of duct tape,
>> spit and bailing wire; spare long plug wire or two; spare cap, rotor,
>> condenser; spare belt. Several gallons of 20W50 Castrol and other vital
>> fluids (such as Vodka). Reliable mechanic.
>> But really, that stuff is all along just to make me feel better. Most any
>> problem that would require those things would be the sort of thing that
>> be tough to fix at the side of the road. Maybe the most useful thing would
>> be a laptop, with the ability to check the VTR list of available help from
>> local Triumph owners.
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