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1981 Kawasaki Kz1100

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Old 10-26-2008   #1
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Anybody out there know a website other than www.BikeBandit.com that lists and sells or directs you to a place that has an exploded view and parts order list for a 1981 Kawasaki Kz1100 that is shaft driven? I need shaft drive parts for my bike and every site I have been to only shows the chain driven Kz1100 and nothing on the Shaft driven model. Thats right, Kawasaki came out with a shaft driven Kz1100 in 1981. I own one. Unbelievable isn't it? Thanks in advance to anyone that can help me out in this area of expertise.
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Thank You. I went there but, the oldest model they have is 1982 Kawasaki Police 1000. I own a 1981 Kawasaki KZ1100. Thank you very much for your input in trying. It is very much appreciated. It just so happens that several people on this forum came to my aid and I have some of the parts on the way already. Keep safe on the road when riding and God bless you.

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What you have is a 1981 KZ-1100 A-1 (shaft)...that's what it's called. Don't forget the shaft in the parts fiche. Found the fiche here:

http://www.cyclepartsnation.com/page...d/default.aspx

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Default 1981 KZ1100 shaft drive

I saw your add do you still need a 1981 kz1100 kawasaki shaft drive cycle parts? if so I have a complete bike want to get rid of. I have a lien sale on it. Back license and such is more than bike is worth. But the bike was parked 2000, driven into yard. Has sat for 12 years. Worked swell before parked. I know its a stretch to California, but If you are interested maybe you want it for parts. Let me know Thanks for reading this message.

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If you are interested in buying a bike then many choices that you may get from there.Kawasaki is also a good company which makes beautiful bikes and cars.
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