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I accidentally lifted up fuel tank up to high and now I can't find where the right fuel line slides into of some one can show a picture and how to get to it it would be great
 

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Welcome to our great forum!
If you're talking about the small vent and overflow hoses they should hang out at the bottom of the bike, somewhere between the the frame and the engine case.
 

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Welcome to our great forum!
If you're talking about the small vent and overflow hoses they should hang out at the bottom of the bike, somewhere between the the frame and the engine case.
It's the hose that's connected to the gas tank it's self the left on slides down into the engine but I can't find where to put the right side unless that house goes into the the overflow tank under the seat and that would make so much sense I have owned 3 bikes and I have never had a bike where everything is under the gas tank
 

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Your posts are somewhat confusing..

If your referring to the TWO SMALL lines attached to the bottom of the tank(both sides)
they go down, to the right side of the bike, just behind the rt foot peg. There should be a steel
loop they go thru..

Nothing from the fuel tank goes to the coolant over flow tank,
two completely different systems.

Now, the main, only one, larger fuel line, that of course goes between the fuel pump
(bottom of the tank) and the fuel rail..

Is that what your referring to?

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Thank you guys so much with your help I was able to figure out it was the breather tank hose it was leaking gas so I thought it was a gas hose. The 2 hoses that are separated is what i was talking about Snapchat-1241788265.jpg
 

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Just an FYI for yourself.

Both hard lines, inside, attach under the gas gap.
One obviously allows venting, the other, if there's too much fuel-will "vent"
into the line and dump on the ground vs over flowing at the cap.
Better the ground than your lap...





 
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