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The K&L Fuel Petcock Rebuild kit includes all necessary O-rings and diaphragms (except plastic diaphragm spacer block). *Kit will only rebuild one petcock* Made in Japan.
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Very good kit
Comments about K&L Fuel Petcock Rebuild Kit:
I bought this kit for my 1082 Yamaha XS400 Maxim and it fit perfect! The only part that was wrong was the o-ring but usually the o-ring is ok to re-use. Relatively easy to install just pay attention to how everything came apart.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Inexpensive quality piece
from Vancouver, BC
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I bought these for a couple old Suzukis with some petcock problems and they definitely served their purpose.Packaged simply, priced well and the fit was perfect. Problem solved!
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
PN 189033 works for 82 CB750SC
from Fort Wayne, IN
I've been looking for a rebuild kit for my automatic petcock. Contacted K&L Supply and they claimed they didn't have one. No one has one for a 1982 CB750SC. Well, I took a chance and ordered one for a 1983 CB650SC Nighthawk and the rebuild kit works. It comes with two O-rings that aren't needed but PN 189033 DOES work for a 1982 CB750SC Honda Nighthawk. I hope Bikebandit reads this and adds this model to the list this kit will work on.
It worked great
By Jimmy V
from Lake Havasu City, AZ
I have a 82 Honda GL500 Silver Wing and have had it since new. It was parked for about 10 years and I finally decided to get it back on the road. I took it to the local bike shop and they went through it for about [$]. It ran great when I picked it up but they told me that the fuel petcock was leaking a little and that they couldn't find a new one. Anyway I took the bike home and sure enough the petcock started leaking. I tried to find a new one but had no luck and that's when I came across the fuel petcock seal kit on Bike Bandits website. I ordered it seeing as how it was the only choice I had at the time. When it came I installed it right away. All the seals fit perfectly and I have no more leaks. It is a great product and I'm sure happy that Bike Bandit had it available. I recommend this product to anyone that is having the same problem.
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