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Where can i find more detailed info on where everything goes when you're putting the bowl assembly of the carb back together?



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Hi Nate

Try here.

If you need any more information just ask wink

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That helps. Thank you.
Any details on all the hoses in the thing? I'm all crossed and dont know what goes where except for the fuel line . 🤨

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Hi Nate

Have a look at the "replacing the carb" video here - it may help but, if not, let us know.



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Can't really tell in the video where lines are being pulled from. 



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Difficult to show from photos Nate as the two pipes that go upwards run in behind the shock but I will try.

This photo shows where they come out and the gold connector that fastens underneath the airbox bolt.

Removing_carb4.jpg

This photo shows where they run upwards from the carb.

Removing_carb5.jpg

The pipe on the right of the photo runs down between the engine casing and frame if I recall correctly. The left-hand one runs forward and into the clip on the emulsifier - see photo below.

Breather pipe x.jpg

Make sure that your one-way valves are clear of debris and working properly before you re-install the pipes. There should be one at the end of both breather pipes. The pipes are open at the top - something to be aware of if going through deep water!

Does that help? If not maybe put up a photo or two to show where you are running yours for us to check wink

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That helped a lot. Thank you!

I got it put back together and I'm leaking fuel. 

 

Anywhere I can see where gaskets should be to see if i missed something when I put it back together?

 



-- Edited by NateGuy on Saturday 23rd of November 2019 01:15:27 AM

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