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K&L Fuel Petcock Rebuild Kit Don't want to spend money on a broken fuel petcock? Here is a rebuild kit from K&L to get your bike back on the road. Includes all necessary o-rings and diaphragms (exce

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William (Mesa, AZ)

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K & L fuel petcock rebuild kit

It worked well, the quality is good, solved the fuel leak, and only took a short time from start to finish (about an hour). I was pleased, thanks.

Antoinette (Vacaville, CA)

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Two for one!

I bought this for my bf to put on his BMWsrr1000. He put the large clear pieces on easily and didn't want the small black pieces that came with it. He saw it could fit perfectly on my kawasaki ninja 250 right where my upper thighs are placed when I'm riding. So it looks awesome on his bike and on mine. We took it out for a ride through the lake and turning and leaning was a breeze! He loves it!

Dan (Dix Hills, NY)

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Nice piece

Well-machined item. That stock fuel cap that you never noticed turns into a centerpiece on top of your bike. Excellent fitment. Quarter-turn cap means super quick access for fueling or checking fuel level. Cap also has a very positive engagement. I bought this for my buddy's CBR600RR; I will for sure eventually install this on my R6 as well.

Dan (Dix Hills, NY)

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Nice piece

Well-machined item. That stock fuel cap that you never noticed turns into a centerpiece on top of your bike. Excellent fitment. Quarter-turn cap means super quick access for fueling or checking fuel level. Cap also has a very positive engagement. I bought this for my buddy's CBR600RR; I will for sure eventually install this on my R6 as well.

K (Brooklyn, NY)

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Ninja looks great on my Ninja

I got the Ninja tank pad and it looks great. I get so many comments. If you never put on a tank pad before get some ideas from Youtube, everybody does it a little different. It's not rocket science but if you put it on crooked it won't look good.

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