Originally Posted by vanjoosten
New $14K bike, less than 4000miles, full warrantee, reasonable expatiation of reliability/service... I do some DIY work, but this is a problem that should be addressed by the dealer. Not to mention, it's better to have a record of the problem in case of further issues. Also better to let Triumph know that this is a problem so perhaps they will design this part better the second time around.
That's fine. Just saying given the choice between the value of working with the dealer and being "dead in the water" and not being able to ride, I'd rather be riding.