Terry Thompson replied:
> TR2/3 parts, from what I understand are getting rare.
> But MOSS still has a catalog that encompasses them...
> Look for "TR2-4a" catalog. I believe it's online too.
> The Roadster factory has something called "The
> glovebox companion for TR2-3". I'm not sure what it
> has in it, but it appears to be a small catalog with
> commonly used items (probably stuff that's
> interchangeable from other TRs).
> I also noticed that Cambridge Motorsports
> (performance/race parts) has a few "TR2-3" items mixed
> in with it's other stuff.
> Good luck!
But don't forget, one of the great things about the TRF's product numbers is
that they refer to Standard-Triumph's original part numbers. Therefore, if
you have a factory parts book (a good idea anyway-i.e. Bentley reprint or
original) you can look up any part in the TRF price list. I have the parts
reprint manuals for each of my TR4, TR4A, Spit Mark III, and Spit 1500. They
get regular use both to see what should be there and to see if TRF stocks
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