source for 2.8 x 1.2 pilot screw o-rings ?


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source for 2.8 x 1.2 pilot screw o-rings ?

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a while back i found a link to a source for these ... a packet of 25 or something like that.
for some reason i thought i would easily find it when i was ready to order so i didn't bother to bookmark it ...DUH !!!!!
have been searching ebay and the closest i can find is either 3.0 x 1.2 or 2.8 x 1.6.
can anyone help me source these ?

thanks
joe


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Re: source for 2.8 x 1.2 pilot screw o-rings ?

Post by Good Hondog »

Hi Joe. Go to partsnmore.com and you'll see them in the carb section for the GL1100
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wing2 : 1980 gl1100 interstate; resurrection complete. SOLD.
wing3 : 81gl1100i frame/82gl1100a engine/81cb900 bits. resurrection complete. naked. SOLD.
wing4 : 1977 gl1000 black w/ blue pinstripes; resurrection complete. SOLD
wing5 : 1977 gl1000 black w/gold pinstripes; nearly roadworthy when purchased, NOW RIDING.
wing6 : 1975 gl1000 blue; SOLD

Re: source for 2.8 x 1.2 pilot screw o-rings ?

Post by winguyjo »

thanks, hondog !
while that wasn't the exact link i was looking for it does give me a part number to work with.
also, i really liked the partsnmore site ... lots of good pics as well as a good selection of bits and pieces for these old bikes.
thanks again,
joe
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