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dannysvintagespeed Member
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cb 77 petcock

Post by dannysvintagespeed » Mon Oct 29, 2007 12:14 pm

Anybody know what other petcock I can use in place of the original 1967 cb77 petcock? Early cb450
or cb350 looks like they would work.I can find them NOS for around $50 but can seem to find an original Superhawk one.Any suggestions?

rbaselt Member
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Post by rbaselt » Sun Nov 11, 2007 10:23 am

Nick at Ohio Cycle had a used one last time I checked. --Randall

clockworkorange Member
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Post by clockworkorange » Tue Nov 13, 2007 2:55 am

350 wont work because of the transfer tube, it is part of the 305 petcock and it's not on the 350 were it's a seperate fitting on the tank it's self. I am not a 305 expert yet so this info may be year or model specific. Anyone is welcome to chime in and correct me if I'm wrong!

kustommusic Member
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Post by kustommusic » Thu Nov 15, 2007 7:20 pm

Danny, It would really be worth the effort to try and locate another petcock for your CB77. I needed one for my curent project and called some bike salvage yards in my area. Found one cheap,needed a good cleaning but was worth the trouble to not have to "rig" somthing else in there. Kustommusic

dannysvintagespeed Member
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CB77 Petcock

Post by dannysvintagespeed » Fri Nov 16, 2007 12:18 pm

Well I picked up a CB 450 petcock on E bay for next to nothing,doesn't have the crossover inlet,but I think I'd like to do away with that anyway.The outlets exit the left side instead of the right which I don't think will be a problem.If it doesn't work I'll only be out 10 bucks and if it does I'll let you guys know,might be a cheaper alternative.The body of my original was eaten away so it wasn't rebuild-
able.Thanks as always for the help....Danny

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