Tyre size
100/90-19 is the way Triumph supplied the bike from the factory
steering is very 'quick'
in theory this tyre is better for off road use
a lot of riders complain they are badly affected by different road surfaces, ruts, white lines, tar joins.

110/80R19 is the alternative fitting (belatedly approved by Triumph)
steering is slowed down but IMO still very responsive
ride through the front end is more supple
handling is IMO more secure
there is a good selection of road going radial tyres, most of which give much improved wet grip.
july 2017
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Toner Reset:

- Open the front cover and leave open while completing the following steps.
- Turn the printer off.
- Hold the 'go' button (or "start' button) while turning the printer on. All panel lights should be on.
- Release the 'go' button (or "start' button).
- Press the 'go' button (or "start' button) 2 times.
- Pause. All panel lights should be on.
- Press the 'go' button (or "start' button) 5 times.(I have been told to press 6 times for the TN-450 cartridge.)
The toner light should be off. (error may be flashing)
The paper light should be on or flashing.
- Close cover. The ready light should be the only light on.
june 2015
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