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How to fix a leaking Fuel Petcock

Postby kamenriderv3 » 22 Feb 2012 01:16

Hi Guys,

Just want to share with you how I fixed my petcock which is leaking in the dial itself

Materials needed: :lol:

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Madass Petcock

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I'm pretty sure that you already know how to drain and removal of the petcock so just focusing on the petock, all you got to do is pull the knob outward so that you can pull out the whole thing

Parts of the Petcock
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Here is the part that is causing the problem:
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I think there is a "repair kit" that is being sold but unfortunately I dont know which bike is compatible so

The Fix:

The other side of that above picture is this
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Its the same so what I did is just put it the other way around and then I put some gasket in the white plastic ring
After that, I reassembled the petcock and put some instant glue to hold it.

Just some notes, when you apply the instant glue, make sure you are pressing the dial firmly so that the white plastic ring and the gasket will be tightly in its place.

Hope this help you guys (somehow) :pray:

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Re: How to fix a leaking Fuel Petcock

Postby dave » 15 Mar 2012 11:14

my tc125 has the same gasket,,i used it on my madass petcockk,,,suzuki dealer ship for a 74 tc125,,should work as did mine
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Re: How to fix a leaking Fuel Petcock

Postby wiguy05 » 15 Mar 2012 11:27

...or you could just buy a brand new one for $17?
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