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They look like the carb vent hoses. The carb vents point straight up out of each carb, you can see them if you remove the gas tank (which is missing a bolt on the front right). The two hoses run to a tee fitting, then a single line from the tee plugs into a round hole in the back of an air filter housing.

Edit: The fuel inlets on the carbs have elbow fittings.

The vent has to be in dead air or it will cut out when wind hits it.

I think they're 5/16" id. but just cut a piece off to match up.
 

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They look like the carb vent hoses. The carb vents point straight up out of each carb, you can see them if you remove the gas tank (which is missing a bolt on the front right). The two hoses run to a tee fitting, then a single line from the tee plugs into a round hole in the back of an air filter housing. The vent has to be in dead air or it will cut out when wind hits it. I think they're 5/16" id. but just cut a piece off to match up.
Thank you so much I really appreciate it
 

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Thank you so much I really appreciate it

You're welcome.

Wanted to add... The fuel inlets on the carbs have elbow fittings. The vents point straight up.
 

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HI there, Tim! I've moved this thread to the General Discussion section. However, if you feel so inclined, feel free to post a little something about yourself in the New Member Introduction Thread. But, you're not strictly obligated to do so.

Welcome aboard, and we're happy to have you among us!
 
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