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Old 01-04-2010, 08:38 PM   #1
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I wanted to make sure the screen in the tank was clear. In the process I pulled off the fuel line. It looks like the line may have swelled a bit.


Whats the process for reinstalling?

Is there a fitting behind the airbox?
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Old 01-05-2010, 08:32 AM   #2
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I modeled this up years back to help someone else. Section view.
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Yes... There should be a plastic fitting that comes off the front of the tank to replace the hose and screen, just as pictured above.
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Great,
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No problem. That picture I made has helped a bunch of people

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If I ever get the sled back together and running, I am going to change the recoil rope.

Should I use a sealant on the threads when I put it back in?
What should I use?



It may be a good thing that the line fell off. When I pulled back the seat I found a large mouse nest covering the intake on the airbox. Now I have to pull it out and make sure it is empty. It's never ending.
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I just used some Teflon tape and has work for me
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I have plenty of that. I assumed it would not hold up around fuel.
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