Tuesday, November 20, 2012



All top of the line steels! 4130 chromoly, 1018 steel, 17-4ss used in construction of this front end.
  • Chromoly 1/8 wall legs - Ask yourself before you buy a cheap springer how good is the metal it's made from.
  • 17-4ss rods and pins - support to make sure operation stays true.
  • CNC full loop style front legs - innovative strong design that's pleasant to the eye no matter which angle you look at it.
  • T14 stainless steel allen head bolts - with these you eliminate the use of spanners that round off the edges on regular hex types and ruin the look of your brand new springer.
  • Old Skool ribbed style trees - solid support, a refreshing change to the same old 'plain jane' springers we are all accustomed to.
  • CNC stem, top nut and lock nut - nothing but the best to insure perfect bearing fitment and adjustment.
  • CNC rocker pins fully bushed - major area prone to failure on most inferior springers on the market. Others tend to have either pressed tubing or no bushes and don't last long.

Machined to perfection, all fittings and parts on this unit lock into place 100% not like other inferior springers that never fit correctly, need modification and are made from unknown metals that will ultimately fail.

The TFMW springer is designed to take plain spool hubs or mini brake drum hubs, keeping true to period old skool fashion. As the name suggests 'Super Narrow', so don't expect to fit a disc brake or large drum hub on this baby - less is more!

Can be fitted to Triumph, Harley Davidson, custom frames and various other makes.

The TFMW springer is raw, the only chrome parts are the coil springs. This allows the custom bike builder to have the flexibility to add brackets for guards, brake stays etc and be able to finish in chrome, powder coat or anything you can think of.

Please use the measurements below to determine and verify this product application to suit your needs.
NOTE: The standard length of a springer front end is referred to as 22". This measurement is taken from the base of the lower tree (rear leg) to the bottom of the rocker.
  • Standard (22" length)
  • 6-7/8" between rockers
  • 4-1/2" between rear legs (narrowest point)
  • 8-5/8" between top and bottom tree (including stem adjust nut)
  • 1" stem diameter (standard Harley Davidson)
  • 3/4" axle hole diameter (can be sleeved down) 

Available in Standard, 2" under and 4" under.

Please contact us at: Trojan Classic Motorcycles to place your order today.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Biltwell Motorcycles Parts at Trojan Classic Motorcycles

In stock a fine selection of Biltwell custom motorcycle parts here at Trojan Classic Motorcycles.

Keystone handlebars chrome 7/8" and 1", no dimples

Keystone handlebars black 7/8" and 1", no dimples

 Frisco handlebars chrome 7/8" and 1", no dimples

Keystone handlebars black 7/8" and 1", no dimples

 Kung Fu hand grips in black 7/8" and 1"

Kung Fu hand grips in natural 7/8" and 1"

Exhaust tips for 1 3/4" headers in black or silver

We have many styles, 4 Aces, Mohawk, Ribbed, Hollow Point.
Pictured here-
above: black 4 Aces
Right:  Silver Ribbed

Solo saddle (seat) in Diamond pattern or Tuck n' Roll. We also have raw pan and foam kits in this style or slimline.

Stainless steal saddle bracket also available Macho Negro black version.

Open face helmet visors available in different shades, 3 stud adjustable mounting.

Available in clear, smoke, smoke gradient and mirror.

Slimline black risers to suit 1" handlebars (can take reducers for 7/8")

Slimline polished stainless steel risers to suit 1" handlebars (can take reducers for 7/8")

Visit our web store at http://www.trojanclassics.com to view Biltwell and other custom quality products.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Triumph Tiger Cub T20 1955 and 1958 double dose!

Some time back Steve C. from Manta Automotive purchased two Triumph Tiger Cubs from us and in a matter of months pulled off two incredible restorations. The condition of the bikes to start with would have scared off the staunchest restorers but Steve was not phased.

First off the line was this 1958 T20, a basket case to say the least.

Rare parts, if not all requiring reconditioning, then probably replacing. Not an easy way to start building a bike but hard work and determination will pay off.

As if Steve didn't have his hands full with the 58 he also grabbed our old 1955 Cub. An even harder build to knock off.

Some beautiful old original parts that are almost impossible to source these days.

Almost a bare bone project, the 55 would be tempting to do custom a bobber out of but then again...

Two incredible Tiger Cubs bought back to life from a pile of parts. These bikes could not have fallen into better hands. Steve, my hat comes off to you!