Tappet Block Covers

Kuryakyn Chrome Blood Groove

Posted by Brad

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Kuryakyn Chrome Tappet Block CoversWith so many bolt-on chrome parts available, it's sometimes hard to know where to begin -- or stop, for that matter. How do you know when you're done?

You're never done! There's always going to be something to catch your eye, and you know it, too. While you're adding it all up, here's a set of tappet block covers from Kuryakyn to consider.

Styled to match the stock cam cover, these tappet block covers also feature Kuryakyn's "blood groove" design, as well as matching other chrome add-ons made by Kuryakyn. The company makes a wide assortment of aftermarket chrome parts for Harleys, metric bikes, and Gold Wings, so you can mix and match like a madman (or madwoman, of course).

These covers bolt on to the tappet block at the bottom of your pushrod tubes using two allen bolts each. Installation takes around five minutes, even if you're installation-impaired. It's really easy to do. In other words, your grandmother could do it with her eyes closed, and she doesn't even like working on bikes.

Not many motorcycles have pushrod tubes any more, so the covers are specific to select models of Harley-Davidson and Yamaha cruisers.

One important distinction: these tappet block covers are not compatible with Kuryakyn's tappet block accents as those are a completely separate item, but they're mounted in the same place as the covers. You can install one or the other, not both.

As long as you're adding Kuryakyn chrome parts, you might want to add their chrome drive shaft cover as well.

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