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1980 gs1000 where can i get a gas tank fuel peacock at a cheap price

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Fuel taps or petcocks can be purchased second-hand extremely cheaply from motorcycle wreckers, dismantlers or salvage yards.

Either take your old one with you or take an aluminium foil impression from the tank petcock mounting area. (bolt spacing and o-ring size etc.)

Ask for same or similar model at first to guage availability. Just be aware of the height difference between fuel on and reserve inlet stems.

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