Vacuum Tap refurb

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T250TUT
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Vacuum Tap refurb

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Any one on here offer a refurb service for the vacuum taps from the T250 Hustlers? - assume they are standard across a lot of other bikes
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Alan H
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Re: Vacuum Tap refurb

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Ebay 164024082790 there are others similar - check hole spacing on the tank.
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Re: Vacuum Tap refurb

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don't forget alan, the t250 uses the round spigotty type tap, not the ones with the m6 holes in :D :D
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Re: Vacuum Tap refurb

Post by Alan H »

The one I got fits my 550A anyhoo.
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