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Dirt Bike Fuel Tanks

We carry a large selection of dirt bike fuel tanks that are great as a stock replacements or extended tanks that give your motorcycle more fuel capacity and a longer range.

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  • Tusk Gas Tank Vent Valve


    tom in VA

    tusk fuel cap vent

    i have purchased many of these and all of them worked great and look trick except for 1 of them that did not vent leading me on to chase a fuel issue but for the price i cannot complain

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  • IMS Fuel Tank


    Mark in MD

    Great tank. Nice to see how much fuel I have and l...

    DR-Z400S. I've seen a few videos of people pushing and pyring the tank forward to get the bolts to line up, and I initially thought this was normal so I first installed mine the same way. Just didn't seem right though to require this much forward force, so I started looking for points of contact. On mine, I found two key spots that were causing issues. One was the wiring on the back of the radiator fan on the clutch side and the other was the way the radiator overflow hose was routed along the frame on the other. Both are easy fixes. On the radiator fan, just unwrap the wiring from the tank side of the fan, and hold it at the end of the clamp and wind it back down toward the fan so it is secured just on the inside of the fan. The radiator overflow hose simply needed rerouted under the clutch cable to the bottom of the frame. (Probably prevented a disaster by discovering this one). It will still require a little forward and downward force mostly on the clutch side to get the radiator bolt lined up, but not much.

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  • Tusk Billet Aluminum Gas Cap, Clarke Fuel Tanks


    James in MA

    So much better than the plastic cap

    I got two of these to replace the plastic caps on my Clarke tanks, Both of them had split within a couple of years. These are so much better and should last forever.

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  • Tusk Billet Aluminum Gas Cap, IMS Fuel Tanks


    Mark in MD

    No regrets

    Fits perfect and looks great! No complaints and is way better than the cap supplied with the IMS tank.

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  • Acerbis Fuel Tank


    Randall in NE

    Black tank

    Fit like stock and not much difference. Getting black like stock was the ticket. The extra gas makes a big difference over stock . Got the upgraded petcock. I did like other reviews and caped off the right side . It's a 125 x if I need that little bit of gas . Il lay it over . Less headaches and less fighting of hoses.

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  • K & L Fuel Petcock Repair Kit


    jesse in OH

    Good buy

    Petcock was leaking on my 1990 Kawasaki kdx 200. Really easy replacement. Will buy again, doesn't take long at all to fix. Definitely worth doing it for the price. Glad I bought it.

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