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Old 12-20-2008, 01:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What's included in cam+ service kit #17045-99?

I'm putting my bike back together and getting my parts ordered. My local stealer is out of a number of things I need so I'm planning to buy everything through JP. I pulled my rocker boxes so I could re-use my stock pushrods. I'm going to need to replace all o-rings and seals related to the cam chest (oil pump, cam plate, cover), pushrods, breather elements, rocker covers, etc. but I cannot find anything that details what is included in the cam service kit part #17045-99. I've pulled a couple of pictures that shows a number of gaskets and o-rings that appear to correspond to what I need, but does anyone know of a place I can find a list of the included parts with numbers?
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Old 12-20-2008, 10:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I used the Cometic kit and it had all of the gaskets and o-rings needed. It included the cam cover gasket, lifter cover gaskets, rocker cover, breather foam and gaskets, and all of the orings including push rod tube o-rings. I believe the HD kit is basically the same. Good luck.

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You can do much better for less money with aftermarket parts. call any of the sponsors that do builds and they can set you straight.
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