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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-24-2008, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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Need Fuel Line diagram

We are restoring a 1985 Vulcan 750.
We need to know where the fuel lines go.
In particular there are Two lines that come off the Black, Plastic "T" bar and one of our lines is missing. We also have a fuel like from somewhere (Likely that line). Someone said it was just a vaccume line but we really need
a Good Diagram. If someone that has a Vulcan 750 or better yet a 1985 we would appriciate knowing where the fuel lines go to. We do have the clymer's manual but it does not show this line.
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See my response to your other post - you can also check the "Carbs and Fuel" section of the Forum and find "Carb photos parts labeled" or whatever I entitled that thread. The T is the point from which the vent lines hook up from each carb, and then the last line off the T should take a vent line out to the RH airbox. Cut this last line at a 45-degree angle to keep it from bottoming out in the airbox.

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I have my carbs pulled from my 85 - 700, I can get some pics if you want.

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Here are a couple of pics of the left side carb. One is viewed from the left side of the bike, and the other from the right side. The carbs are the same on both sides. Hope this helps.
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Chris,

That would be awsome.. We had gas spilling out from a test ride.. so that would be helpful...
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Chris,

These pic's are really helpful.. Can you get one as to where the
Choke Cable goes? The Choke was pulled off when the Carb came out
but did not get back in place.
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Charlie...

These pic's are really helpful.. Can you get one as to where the
Choke Cable goes? The Choke was pulled off when the Carb came out
but did not get back in place.
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Charlie,

Can you take a pic of where the Choke cable goes... ???
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Chris,

These pic's are really helpful.. Can you get one as to where the
Choke Cable goes? The Choke was pulled off when the Carb came out
but did not get back in place.
Just got back from a long weekend up in Maine. I'll try to get a pic or two tomorrow.

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Sorry been away for a while, will try to get some pics after work (it will be late evening for you) Darned Alaska time zone!

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