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    In-Tank fuel filter

    Good day to all! I'm finishing a total rebuild and my 93' sl 650 started like a dream on the firsat press of the starter. However, I still have to replace the filters at the bottom of my in-tank hoses. Are there any filters from a local Auto store (Napa or Autozone, for example) that will work. I simply don't want to wait 5-10 days to get two in the mail! Thanks in advance!


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Those are called "clunks". They actually are weights that follow the fuel around as it moves with the ski.

    I don't see any reason you need to replace them at all. Maybe just clean them if you need to.

    How about a pic of the parts in question just to clarify.

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    *I wish I could show you! My in-tank fuel lines were completely rotten and when I tossed them, guess what I forgot to remove??? That's why I was hoping there was something else I could use. They were cylindrical wire strainer type filters. Clunks sounds about right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ltmark View Post
    *I wish I could show you! My in-tank fuel lines were completely rotten and when I tossed them, guess what I forgot to remove??? That's why I was hoping there was something else I could use. They were cylindrical wire strainer type filters. Clunks sounds about right!
    You can also check your local hobby shop or lawn mower repair shop. That's the best bet of finding something that will work locally. Definitely need clunks to keep the lines on the bottom of the tank....

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    I found ssome I really liked at Parker Yamaha.com so I went ahead and ordered 4, even though I only need 2. I always like having spares of the cheaper things for those "where did I put that....?" times. Thanx to all for your comments!

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