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I need a gasket kit A for my 1984 Honda cb700sc nighthawk s but the one for my bike is super expensive. Any ideas what other models might work or a cheap place to find them?

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I assume you went to Honda and they want your left kidney for the gasket set! Here,s the thing many of the after market gasket sets are good and most are close to the original BUT if you are going to keep this bike my advice is to pay the money and get the real thing.I learned this lesson the hard way when I bought an aftermarket set and 25% of the stamped holes where in the wrong place.Bought a Honda set in the end.Good luck and good riding.

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