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Fuel Tank Damber

Post  Duckrider on Sat 21 Apr - 6:35

Looking at the lists of spare parts I saw on the Fuel Tank page that there are the:   22 22F-21485-00 DAMPER, RUBBER.

They are the No22 at the diagram



I do not know if I need to place new ones, and why they are there.

I also do not know their dimensions and the exact location.

Can you post a photo of them or give me some information?
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Re: Fuel Tank Damber

Post  JohnW on Sun 22 Apr - 5:50

They cushion the petrol tank from the frame, if they are in place and not perished then they dont need replacing. They are rubber channel section 50mm long and fit one each side underneath petrol tank over edge of tank departure

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Post  Duckrider on Tue 24 Apr - 3:54

JohnW wrote:They cushion the petrol tank from the frame, if they are in place and not perished then they dont need replacing. They are  rubber channel section 50mm long and fit one each side underneath petrol tank over edge of tank departure

Thank you for your answer.

In the diagram above they look as if they are two pieces each.

Do you know what job they do and where is No20, and 21 placed?

I have a problem with these spare parts because my bike is T50 and the seat opens upwards compared to the T80.
Look at this photo:

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Post  JohnW on Tue 24 Apr - 18:38

Yes there are two of No 22, one each side. They stop metal to metal contact of tank to frame. (you can see one in your pic). Part no 20 fits under front tank mounting, and the larger 21 is stuck to bottom of tank.
I would not worry about them as it looks like they are in place.

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Post  Duckrider on Wed 25 Apr - 7:10

So i have to find something to do the job of No22, i will try to find a material.

As for the No20 and 21 i do not have to look for these as these parts are in place as you said.

Thank you once again my friend , i just repaint the bike and ι do not want to scratch the paint and cause rust again.

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