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I need to replace the fuel lines and can't feel or see where the lines connect to the carbs from the petcock. Anyone have pictures or drawing. This seems like it would be so simple.:)
 

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Probably gonna need to take the fuel tank off and the hoses feed down between the carbs. Not so simple. Be careful tho the fittings on the carbs are plastic. Couple of peeps broke theirs.
 

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Thanks DavesVulster! I had my carbs cleaned along with a lot of other stuff, in a shop, and ever since I got it back I've had a sliight gas drip. I bought some lines and a couple of fiilters to put on and hope this wiil either stop the leak or eliminate fuel lines as a problem. Again, thanks!
 

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Fuel leaks in these cases are generally from the connections at the petcock or the petcock itself ... just saying. The flow of gravity normally takes care of the carb-end of the fuel hoses. I don't even have mine clamped and I've never had a problem. :loser1:
 
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