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post #1 of 9 Old 05-12-2008, 09:03 AM Thread Starter
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NOS parts for Honda & Yamaha

My friend and riding buddy is in the process or restoring a 1979 Honda CBX. One of the last items needed was a complete petcock assembly. After a long tedious search and numerous calls I located the part from Cycle Parts Warehouse. They were more than helpful and the price was fair.

I would also check them out for present day Honda and Yamaha OEM parts.


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post #2 of 9 Old 05-12-2008, 09:16 AM
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You gave me slight wood with the NOS in the title.

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Yep, finding old parts does that to some of us ! Good find MM !

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I have used this site twice now and parts are perfect. It doesn't look like they have been sitting on a shelf for 20 years. Nice find only problem if you need them in a hurry they ship slowly.

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Next time, call me and and ask me if its available from Honda, this way, you can order it from the local waterhole and not waste precious ChaseLounge time ... they still have 10 left in Honda's warehouse

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Yea, quit using NOS in the title if it doesn't have anything to do with MORE POWER!!!

Oh, and its always good to have a place for the hard to find parts!!!

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post #7 of 9 Old 12-26-2008, 01:57 PM
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Mike,
Why can't I find parts for a 1970 CB750 on your site?
I'm I not looking in the right area?

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Mike,
Why can't I find parts for a 1970 CB750 on your site?
I'm I not looking in the right area?
They show parts for 1969 HONDA CB750K0 and 1971 HONDA CB750K1. Not sure why 1970 is missing however most parts are interchangeable all the way up until the final year. The big change was the push/pull carburetors in the K1 model. What exactly are you looking for?

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They show parts for 1969 HONDA CB750K0 and 1971 HONDA CB750K1. Not sure why 1970 is missing however most parts are interchangeable all the way up until the final year. The big change was the push/pull carburetors in the K1 model. What exactly are you looking for?

yeah, i found it right after my post. I've been using the prints for my ordering. :001_smile:

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