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Steering Column Switches, TR250, TR6 Switch Escutcheon Kits, TR250, TR6 Plastic Escutcheons For Steering Column Switches, TR250, TR6 New Steering Column Locks With Ignition Switches, TR6, 1970-76 Ignition Key Blanks, TR6, 1970-76 Master Lighting Rocker Switches, TR6, 1973-76 -clear Hooters Brand
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WIRING COVERS;
fitted under steering column
to hide wires from signal switch and other
switches mounted on the steering column
Wiring Cover,
with clamp, TR250, TR6,
1
18.95
1968-69; models without locking
steering columns
Wiring Cover,
no clamp, TR6, 1970-76;
1
16.95
models with steering column locks
Part No.
Description
No. Off List Price Your Price
Horn Button,
Triumph shield emblem, 1968-72
1
46.95
Clip,
securing early horn button
1
12.95
Horn Button,
with word TRIUMPH,
1
41.95
instead of shield emblem, 1973-776
Clip,
securing later horn button
1
1.15
Contact Tube,
horn button, 1-5/8 inches
1
8.65
TR250, TR6, 1970-76
Contact Tube,
horn button, 2-1/2 inches,
1
10.95
TR6, 1969 only
Contact Plate,
with wire lead, fitted in
1
24.95
top of steering column
HORN BUTTONS AND CONTACTS, TR250, TR6
“New Parts to Make Your Horns Work Properly...”
These parts allow the electrical current to travel down your steering column to
operate your horns.  It looks to be a simple system—I'm not sure why it is so hard to
keep it working.  Horn buttons are made by one of our English colleagues, and we
make the contact plates.
WIRING COVERS FITTED UNDER STEERING COLUMN,
TR250, TR6
“Early and Late Types Available”
TRF has manufactured these, as we noticed that the little tabs break off after twenty
or thirty years of use, and we find that they are popular parts.  The part changed when
the steering column lock was fitted in 1970, as it no longer required the clamp around
the steering column to hold it in place.  If you are disassembling the entire steering
column, you will need the mounts and inner column bushes found on page 105.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

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