News Sudco offers replacement fittings for Japanese classic bikes

Sudco offers replacement fittings for Japanese classic bikes

Sudco International continues to expand its extensive product line of new original and replica replacement parts for classic European and Japanese motorcycles with a wide range of Replacement Fittings and Fasteners for classic Japanese Bikes. Shown here are just of a few of th hard-to-find fittings including the special Chain Adjusted Bolts w/Lock Nuts, Front Fender Washers, and Castle Axle Nuts w/Cir clip. Whether you are just looking to keep your old bike well maintained and running right, or completing a full ground-up restoration, Sudco has all the correct OEM type replacement engine and chassis parts you need. Sudco also offers modern updates for your classic bike’s carburetion and ignitions system to make it run and perform even better than new.

For additional information and to order, contact your local motorcycle parts dealer or Sudco direct. Dealers call Sudco for a copy of the Sudco Main Products Catalog featuring a compete line of stock replacement and high performance parts, including Keihin and Mikuni Carburetors for dirt bikes, street bikes, ATVs and personal watercraft. Sudco international, 3014 Tanager Avenue, Commerce, CA 90040. Phone 323-728-5407.The complete Sudco Product Line Catalog can also be viewed online at www.Sudco.com


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