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Old 10-30-2019, 05:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My first Warrior did not have this as I recall, what is it there for?
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Maybe a attachment for a aftermarket oil pressure sender?

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Its painted exactly stock paint, but I do not see it on any parts manual page. Mine looks like the parts manual showing that generator shaft cover etc.

I do not know. Cool.
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My first Warrior did not have this as I recall, what is it there for?
A tried and failed adapter for an oil pressure Gauge that they just capped off.
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They should have used the oil pressure port designed for the purpose. My Darkstar gauge still works. The old wet dial guage has lost its wetness lol, but not needing to swap in a new one yet.
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Thanks for the info, after i get my 250/260 wide tire kit from Kyle it will be removed along with the horns
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