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Exhaust gasket (automotive number)
My VTX 1800 uses a standard round, auto gasket. They cost me about $2.50 to $3 at the auto parts store instead of $9 each at the stealer.
Does any one have a cross over # for the 1200 gaskets to a car #
Did a search and could not fine. Don't want to take the bike apart and go on a quest but will if necessary.
Thanks
'84 GL1200 I & '04 VTX 1800 C
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#1 08-03-2007, 09:39 AM,
NDAna Wrote:My VTX 1800 uses a standard round, auto gasket. They cost me about $2.50 to $3 at the auto parts store instead of $9 each at the stealer.
Does any one have a cross over # for the 1200 gaskets to a car #
Did a search and could not fine. Don't want to take the bike apart and go on a quest but will if necessary.
Thanks

well... I saw some on ebay for 9 bucks + 4.95 shiping. :wink:
John McFarland
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#2 08-04-2007, 09:26 PM,
I installed a MAC exhaust on my 84 wing and it looks great, the pipes extend about 1.5 inches past the saddle bags,
The exhaust gaskets from the dealer were only $ 3.52 ea.
it's a little louder than factory but looks alot nicer.
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#3 10-29-2007, 02:57 PM,


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