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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-05-2011, 12:56 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Petcock replacement - Where can i buy used/new one - 92 Vulcan 750

Does anyone know where to find a used or new petcock or at least a filter screen for a 1992 Vulcan 750.

Kawasaki dealer and also bike bandit say they no longer manufacture them for 1992 Vulcan 750 so im searching on ebay and only found an '87 and '05 which Dealer tells me has different nut thread than 1992 - supposedly only 91 to 93 fit my bike.

Does anyone know if it is possible to adapt the filter from an 87 or 05 to my 92?

If not i also read someone mention that a Yamaha might be a good replacement.. but no mention of year or model, etc.

Any advice would be appreciated as my bike sat for a few years and now tank is clean but cant find a 92 petcock for it with a filter.
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Part number 51023 or part number 43028
http://www.kawasakipartsnation.com/p...992)/FUEL_TANK

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or you can try this.
http://www.cheapcycleparts.com/produ...el-cock-assy-1
its a direct bolt up.. only it does not use a vacum.. so you would have to cap off the vac line from the left carb.
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