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I will be reinstalling my carburetors this coming weekend on on my 1995 Vulcan 750 . it’s been almost six weeks so I need ti refresh my recollection of where the fuel lines come from I know where they go .
I just want to ask the fuel lines that go to each carburetor they connect to the black plastic 90 degree fittings these fill the bowls the other end of each hose goes to the petcock has two lines on top . vacuum line from bottom of petcock goes to carb vacuum port.

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I will be reinstalling my carburetors this coming weekend on on my 1995 Vulcan 750 . it’s been almost six weeks so I need ti refresh my recollection of where the fuel lines come from I know where they go .
I just want to ask the fuel lines that go to each carburetor they connect to the black plastic 90 degree fittings these fill the bowls the other end of each hose goes to the petcock has two lines on top . vacuum line from bottom of petcock goes to carb vacuum port.

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You have it correct.
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Thanks for the comeback

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Thanks for the comeback

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You're welcome.

Another way to tell them apart, since vision is limited in that area.

The fuel inlets are the 90 degree elbow fittings and vents point straight up.

Vacuum ports are on the side of the carb pointing straight to the side.
 

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You're welcome.

Another way to tell them apart, since vision is limited in that area.

The fuel inlets are the 90 degree elbow fittings and vents point straight up.

Vacuum ports are on the side of the carb pointing straight to the side.
The vent ports Point straight up and their fittings are part of the carburetor body and the tee hose goes into the right side air filter pods in a quiet area AM I CORRECT
 

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The vent ports Point straight up and their fittings are part of the carburetor body and the tee hose goes into the right side air filter pods in a quiet area AM I CORRECT
Correct, there's two holes made for the vent hose on either filter pod.

One hole toward the front and one hole toward the rear, on each filter pod. So there's four places you can put a vent hose. The right rear is normally the one used.

Hose should be cut at 45 deg angle to prevent blockage against the wall of the filter pod.
 

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Just getting refresher pointers so I will have a smooth install thanks again to
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