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Fuel and vacuum line routing

Hi all I’m a new Vulcan owner it’s a 94 V-Twin and I’ve never touched a bike in my life but through a lot of work I’ve rebuilt this entire bike and I can’t find anything that helps me figure out how my lines route it cranks over but won’t start and I think it’s cause it’s not getting fuel due to not having the lines correct please help I’m in beautiful Florida weather and can’t ride
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Just wondering what I should use to clean my diaphragms , the solvents might be too harsh and don’t want to ruin them seeing as I didn’t order new ones had no need too they look fine just dirty . ???

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Just wondering what I should use to clean my diaphragms , the solvents might be too harsh and donít want to ruin them seeing as I didnít order new ones had no need too they look fine just dirty . ???
Dirty? In what way? Oily, dusty, white deposits, something else?

Regular dishwashing liquid with hot water should work fine.

Hold the diaphragms up to bright light and flex the folds to check for cracks.

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Just sticky and I can feel a grim or something, sounds to me like the dishwashing soup and water should work fine.

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