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Looking for Oil (sump) Pan for 1983 CBX 550F

Are there any other oil pans from other models that could be used??

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  • slant5 Feb 02, 2009

    Thanks for your help, great. Gasset??? for that oil pan??? Any idea where to get one??



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If you still have th eold pan and its just a crack or a small peice knocked out you can have a professional welder fix it for a small fee and alot easier than trying to locate a replacement usually.

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CBX 400 or 550 only

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

  • Richard Keen
    Richard Keen Feb 23, 2009

    Here in NZ I would go to the loacl wrecker. You could try your loacl wreckers or they could ask around for you

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