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Old 10-27-2011, 05:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Installing Carb, need help

Hey,
So I rebuilt the carb on my 06 Rancher 350. Can someone tell me where all the hoses go to? A diagram would be great. I had taken off EVERYTHING so I could clean the gas tank and all, and unfortunately, I lost my paper that had the location of all the hoses.... so what I need is:
1. where each hose (sizes would be good, I need to buy new ones) goes on the carb
2. where they go to? (especially the one include the y-fitting)

Thanks to anyone who is willing to help!!!
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Old 10-27-2011, 05:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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welcome to the forums...ummmmm..a camera always helps !..lol..helmut is our pic man..i'm sure he can lend a word for ya !. or is that..a pic or two ?..lol. i can however tell ya..most of those tubes are over flow tubes..they just tie together..and lead down under and back to the rear of the engine.
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well..i'm sorry to say..even my service manual does not show how they hook up..and how they are routed ??..sorry.
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Welcome to the forums. Yeah, the service manuals don't even have a diagram of how they hook up, but you may be able to look through the pictures in the "fuel" section of the manual and figure out how they go.

If you don't have a service manual, you can go to the manuals/schematics section of the forums and download one.
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Thanks for the help guys.. I was wondering why there was nowhere for those tubes coming into the y-fitting to go thanks for the help
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