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Part No.
Description
No. Off List Price Your Price
EARLY DOOR TOP PADS,
with fingergrips, 1968-73
Door Top Pad,
L.H.
1
114.95
Door Top Pad,
R.H.
1
114.95
LATER DOOR TOP TRIMS,
unpadded, 1974-76
Door Top Trim,
L.H.
1
49.95
Door Top Trim,
R.H.
1
49.95
DOOR TOP CRASH PADS, TR250, TR6
"Better Than Original Parts—Read This Story"
Everyone believes that Triumph changed the door tops in 1974, because they had so
many problems with the "finger-grips" on the earlier style pads.  I have been using
TRF's Finger-Grip Door Top Pads for about thirty years, ever since I restored my
TR250 the first time.  I have driven some of the cars I restored for five years or more,
hundreds of thousands of miles, and I never babied my finger-grips.  If Triumph had
trouble with its finger-grips, which I know it did, it was because the quality of the
vinyl was not as good as what The Roadster Factory sells today.  TRF also stocks the
later door top trims which are made of the same high-quality vinyl as the earlier style.
Door top pads match all of the other crash pads sold at The Roadster Factory.
INTERIOR COMPONENTS
TRFs "Finger-Grip" Door-Top Crash Pads Last a Long Time

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