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post #1 of 12 Old 08-03-2016, 05:16 PM Thread Starter
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Part Number 702A05170 cost $16-23

TUBE-RUBBER,5X170 US
702A05170

Please, someone tell me this is a cruel joke and there is a cheaper alternative. If i knew what type of tube that is i would just run down to the hardware store bu some.

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What is that part for??? Not finding it listed as a KLR part.

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post #3 of 12 Old 08-03-2016, 05:34 PM
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That comes up as a line for the voyager: https://www.kawasaki.com/Parts/Parts...1988/ZG1200-B2
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btw, mine is crack and will not stay in place, bike runs fine, no issues that i have seen, not sure what the tube does or were it go to, but it comes from the tank closest to the seat.
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Its the same part if you look at the 09 klr at the fuel tank it is number 702

2009 Kawasaki KLR650 (KL650E9F) Fuel Tank | CyclePartsNation Kawasaki Parts Nation


Old Part Number: 702A05170

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702A05170, I don't know where you looked up that short hose at?

The parts screen I looked at for 09 KLR fuel tank vent hose, has part #702A05620 superceded to 702A051430.

05 is the Inside Diameter of the hose. 5mm
170 is the Length of the hose. 170mm=6 3/4". Too Short to work in this instance.

So 702A05620 seems correct for ID and Length.
Update #702A051430 for $21.17 USD for a yard and a half is also absurd.

Just get some 3/16" black vent hose/fuel hose from auto parts or hardware store.

I do wish that I could purchase Metric Sized I.D. fuel and vent hose in the USA!! I can't find any, anywheres!
Every outlet wants to sell fractional sizes Only! It Just doesn't fit the same.

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will do pdwestman, I knew there was a cheaper option, I just didn't know the size or what it even went to. I will be stopping by the hardware or auto store on the way home from work. is 170mm going to be long enough?
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is 170mm going to be long enough?
The correct part # is 702A05620! 5mm I.D. x 620mm long!
About 24 inches of 3/16 inch tubing will route the possible fuel tank overflow down to the lower rear shock linkage.

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TUBE-RUBBER,5X170 US
702A05170

Please, someone tell me this is a cruel joke and there is a cheaper alternative. If i knew what type of tube that is i would just run down to the hardware store bu some.
My KLR650 has two of those hoses.

Seriously though, my ACE Hardware store has bulk reels of all different sizes of fuel resistant black hose/tubing, all at a reasonable price. They had a $2.50 key blank too.
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My KLR650 has two of those hoses.

Seriously though, my ACE Hardware store has bulk reels of all different sizes of fuel resistant black hose/tubing, all at a reasonable price. They had a $2.50 key blank too.
I figured there was a cheaper route to go, I do need to get keys made, I only have the one.

Time to stock up on 5mm tube
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