aftermarket petcock / fuel shutoff valve

Mike (MA) /
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Petcocks can be hard to come by, leak often, and are just finicky parts. www.denniskirk.com is an aftermarket snowmobile/motorcycle store. They've got a brass in-line fuel shutoff valve (use w/ 3/16 fuel line) for $9.99 that looks like a cheap and sturdy solution, if coupled w/ an in-line fuel filter. Can anyone think of any real problems w/ using one of these?

http://www.denniskirk.com/asp/detail.asp?PartNo=511592&ProdType=10&SubProdType=fuelline&Name=Search&MultiDim=N

(if this link doesn't work, search for petcock under street bikes).

-Mike

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  aftermarket petcock / fuel shutoff valveTopic by: Mike (MA) Mike (MA) 10/23/01 01:03PM
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  Re: aftermarket petcock / fuel shutoff valveRe: Mike (MA) Mike (MA) 10/25/01 05:29PM
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