The Roadster FactoryThe Roadster Factory
TR6 Master Catalogue—Vol. 2 (Green)
Table of Contents
LOGIN | VIEW CART | CHECKOUT
View Shopping Cart -
Search
                               < Previous Next >   10    
IDENTIFYING YOUR CAR AND ITS MAJOR COMPONENTS
Major mechanical units, the body, and the car as a whole all have
unique serial numbers that were assigned by the factory to identify
them so that particular design modifications could be listed in this
parts catalogue, we use commission  numbers most frequently to
document change points, as the number is easily found on most
state registration cards. However, engine numbers are used for
engine parts, gearbox numbers for gearbox parts, rear axle numbers
for differential parts, and body numbers are also used occasionally.
You will find a detailed section describing these various unit serial
numbers and their locations on your car pages III and IV of Volume I
of this catalogue.
Many TR6's have been repainted and/or reupholstered over the
years, quite often using non-original colours or materials. Triumph
had a system for providing number codes for paint colours and for
trim colours so that they could be included on the commission
number plate affixed to the left hand front wheel arch under the
bonnet on the 1969 models; onto the left-hand rear door post on later
models. It is quite easy to verify the original paint and trim colours for
your car by deciphering these codes stamped on the commission
number plate.
A section detailing these codes and showing their location on the
commission number plate, as well as a listing of paint colours and
trim colours in use of the Triumph TR6 throughout its production run
appears on pages V and VI of Volume I of this catalogue.
1
COMMISSION NUMBERS AND OTHER
IDENTIFYING NUMBERS
PAINT AND TRIM COLOUR CODES
PRODUCTION DATA & COMMISSION NUMBER REFERENCES
CARB MODELS
Models
First Comm
Production
Last Comm.
Production
Year
Number
Date
Number
Date
1969
CC25001
09/68
CC32142
11/69
1970
CC50001
11/69
1971
CC67893
08/71
1972
CC75001
08/71
CC85737
08/72
1973
CF1
08/72
08/73
1974
CF12501
09/73
08/74
1975
CF27001
08/74
01/75
1975
CF35001
01/75
CF39991
08/75
1976
CF50001
08/75
CF58328
07/76
1969
CP25001
11/68
CP26998
12/69
1970
CP50001
12/69
1971
CP54584
09/71
1972
CP75001
09/71
CP77718
09/72
1793
CR1
11/72
CR2911
10/73
1974
CR5001
09/73
1975
CR6701
01/72
PRODUCTION DATA & COMMISSION NUMBER REFERENCES
P.I. MODELS
USING THIS CATALOGUE
The sections of this catalogue are arranged in a classified order similar
to that of most other catalogues produced by the Roadster Factory and to
that of most catalogues that were produced by Triumph. There is also a
Classified Table of Contents, but most regular users will become
accustomed to the catalogue arrangement, and reference to the Table of
Contents will become infrequent.
Nearly all parts, including most hardware, are illustrated in this
catalogue, and the best way to find what you want is to find the Plate which
illustrates it. Once you find the illustration of the item that you desire, simply
use the number on the illustration, or Plate Number as we would call it, to
find the part number, written description, and quantity required (No. Off). Be
sure to read descriptions carefully, including those of any alternate items
and associated parts, before you select the items required.
Within sections, descriptions of items are listed in a format of intentions
which clearly indicates what parts are included in assemblies or kits. We
have tried very hard to insure accuracy here, but in some cases, usually
when parts were not available for us to examine, we could not be absolutely
sure. If we could not be sure if an item was included in an assembly, we
usually did not indent the description. We hope that you like the page format
and that you will find it easy to use
A philosophical question of sorts arose during the development of this
catalogue format as to what No. Off to list for an item which was a part of an
assembly or kit if more than one assembly or kit is required for the car.
Should we list the number in the kit or the number required for application?
We decided that No. Off means the number required for the application
rather than the number in the kit. Thus, if fourteen plain washers were
included in a fender mounting kit, and it takes two fender mounting kits for a
car, the No. Off for the kit is two, and the No. Off for the washer is twenty
eight. Another example, which may make more clear that we have chosen
the correct solution to this problem would be a front hub. Two front hubs are
required for a car, and each includes four wheel studs. The description of
the wheel stud is indented under the description of the front hub in the
catalogue because the wheel stud is included in the hub assembly. The No.
Off for the hub is two. Should we list four or eight as the No. Off for the
stud? I think that everyone will agree that eight is the number to list,
because that is the number required for the application, and it would be
doing the customer who is looking to buy wheel studs a disservice only to
list the number required for each hub rather than the number required for
the car.
ARRANGEMENT OF THE CATALOGUE
PARTS AVAILABILITY, PRICING, AND ORDERING
COMPANY POLICIES
PART NUMBERS USED IN THIS PUBLICATION
A full discussion of company policies regarding ordering,
shipping, methods of payment, back orders, merchandise returns,
and other matters is included at the front of our current Price List
which should always accompany this catalogue. If you  have lost
your Price List or if this catalogue came into your hands without one,
please telephone or write for a free replacement.
Wherever possible, The Roadster Factory uses original Triumph
factory part numbers in its publication including this catalogue. Of
course, there are exceptions to this policy. You will find a full
discussion of our part numbering system on pages VIII and IX of
Volume I of this catalogue.
This catalogue is meant to be a complete and permanent
reference for the TR6 model, and many parts are listed which have
been discontinued by the Triumph factory (now a part of Rover
Group) and other sources. To discover whether or not a part listed
in this catalogue is available, simply refer to the current edition of
our Triumph Components List. We send the Price List out
periodically, usually annually, to customers on our current mailing
list. Information regarding ordering or Order Forms are also
included in the Price List. Orders are accepted by mail, by
telephone, or by fax, or you may call our Western Pennsylvania
location in person. Current hours and all other information is
included in the Price list. If you have lost your Price list, please
telephone for a free replacement.








                             < Previous | | | | | | Next >   10    

This Zenscript catalog conversion was performed by zeni.net internet services. If you have questions about this interface, contact support@zeni.net. Cookies and Javascript must be enabled for online ordering, but these pages should render in a viewable manner in any style-sheet capable browser.