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1997 Kawasaki Ninja 600r Oem Valve(s): Vsb58.558 Oil Seal on 2040-parts.com

US $2.57
Location:

Bangor, Maine, United States

Bangor, Maine, United States
Condition:New Brand:Kawasaki Genuine OEM:Yes Diagram Reference Number:92049 Manufacturer Part Number:92049-1218 UPC:Does Not Apply

All Parts for 1997 Kawasaki Ninja 600R Valve(s)

Reference Number Part Number Item Name
16007 16007-1177 12.1X16.2X0.5 Seat Spring
92066 92066-1192 14X11.5 Plug
670 670B2015 15mm O Ring
16007A 16007-1178 17.5X23.8X0.5 Seat Spring
12011 12011-1051 Collet
92009 92009-1109 Valve Adjust Screw
12005 12005-1062 Exhaust Valve
12004 12004-1075 Intake Valve
12016 12016-1062 Rocker Arm
12009 12009-1060 Valve Spring Retainer

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