Fuel tank cusion needed

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supermotobobby
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Fuel tank cusion needed

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Anyone have a fuel tank cusion they are willing to part with? It's the one that the back of the tank sits on.
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Re: Fuel tank cusion needed

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Looks like they're a bit thin on the ground at the moment. Usually there's 'some' on ebay.
You mean p/no. 09320-08012?
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PN 44541-33000
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Ebay 115123774506 on your side of the pond too.
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I was able to purchase one from Ebay this morning for $30.
I had it setup as a saved search and got an email saying one was available.

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