Triumph Part Number Conversion
Use the table below to convert Alpha-Numeric part numbers to Numeric part numbers
Make sure that you add zeros where appropriate – see examples below *
|D-XXXX converts to 60-XXX||D264 converts to 60-0264*|
|E-XXXX converts to 70-XXXX||E4576 converts to 70-4576|
|E1-XXXX converts to 71-XXXX||E12280 converts to 71-2280|
|F-XXXX converts to 82-XXXX||F2229 converts to 82-2229|
|F1-XXXX converts to 83-XXXX||F14567 converts to 83-4567|
|H-XXXX converts to 97-XXXX||H2091 converts to 97-2091|
|S-XXXX converts to 21-XXXX||S413 converts to 21-0413 *|
|T-XXXX converts to 57-XXXX||T1197 converts to 57-1197|
|W-XXXX converts to 37-XXXX||W354 converts to 37-0354 *|
BSA Part Numbers
BSA part number are always 6 digits long. Example XX-XXXX
In older parts books, the part numbers will be given directly on the parts diagram. Only the last 6 digits are the part number. Make sure that you add zeros where appropriate.
Example 2-79 will be 02-0079
Norton Part Numbers
Early Norton part numbers were typically 5 digits long, sometimes preceded by NM, NMT, or NME
Most part numbers are now 6 digits – frequently beginning with 04 or 06, and followed by 4 digits. Norton part numbers on our website do not include the (-) like the Triumph and BSA numbers. We have tried to update all of the early numbers on the site with the updated part number.
If desired, there is a “Supersession and Amended Part Number List” available as part number 005753.