Customer feedback

Customer feedback Overall rating: 4.7 out of 5 based on 48 reviews.

Excellent!!!

★★★★★
5 5 1
The Triumph Oracle is a masterclass in technical know how for classic Triumph motorcycles. I highly recommend it

WOW

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5 5 1
WOW! What a collection

Great Resource

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5 5 1
This 3rd edition is a great resource – I’ll defo have to get a copy. Cheers

Best to go with Triumph Oracle

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5 5 1
A good source of manuals etc is Kim the CD Mans range of DVD, or as a slicker option is the Triumph Oracle 3 DVD, great range of info including service sheets, parts books, handbooks and manuals. Much cheaper than buying hard copies

What you need to know for a good price

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5 5 1
KIM, 6th edition, difficult to find anything. I ended up with the Triumph Oracle, a fraction of the price and actually tells you what you need to know. But you live & learn

Excellent Stuff!

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5 5 1
I recently bought the Triumph Oracle and it is excellent stuff. Thanks a zillion

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Below are comments from some of our customers who recently purchased the Triumph Oracle third edition. It is the only data source you will ever need relating to 1904 – 1984 Triumph motorcycles.
4 comments on “Customer feedback
  1. Regards Tony. says:

    it’s a really useful DVD, (but I still like to have paper versions of manuals and parts lists so I can add info – not so easy on a DVD!).

  2. Andy says:

    I have just joined Oracle but am waiting for the dvd, can’t wait to see it.

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