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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Make sure you install that in-line check valve pointing the correct way. It needs to be able to vent excess pressure out of the fuel tank through that rubber hull fitting.
    is the check valve picture one.. its not the plastic t in picture two is it? those are the only to items i have come across. if its picture one there realy is only one way too put it in. if its the plastic t i will double check
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    why would there be two diffrent gas lines? one line from the mag carb too the tank is temp but from mag back its black line? does it make a difference if i replace it? this line connects the mag and pto carbs
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryandi2 View Post
    is the check valve picture one..
    its not the plastic t in picture two is it?

    those are the only to items i have come across. if its picture one there realy is only one way too put it in. if its the plastic t i will double check
    Item 10 in the posted diagram is the pressure release check valve.

    The valve with the tiny second nipple is the vacuum relief valve.

    The plastic tee is just that, a three way connector.

    Note: Polaris revised the fuel tank venting system a couple of times in the early years. I think the posted diagram is from about 1995, and is the preferred arrangement.

    If you don't have the vent check valve, you can order one online. In fact, order them both, since they can get sticky when they get old, and new ones are not that expensive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Item 10 in the posted diagram is the pressure release check valve.

    The valve with the tiny second nipple is the vacuum relief valve.

    The plastic tee is just that, a three way connector.

    Note: Polaris revised the fuel tank venting system a couple of times in the early years. I think the posted diagram is from about 1995, and is the preferred arrangement.

    If you don't have the vent check valve, you can order one online. In fact, order them both, since they can get sticky when they get old, and new ones are not that expensive.
    ok i know what you are talking about now.. that did not come apart from its grommet so its in the right way..but i will order them..

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    i also do not see a fuel filter any where just a little oil filter and the water separater

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    SH@^$@ what did i just do!

    k. i was putting the line back on the pto carb and all of a sudden the carb rack slid....i thought there where more bolts then just the long ones that hole the fa too the carbs.. i guess not! what do i do?

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    Put it back in place

    Make sure the gaskets are also where they should be

    If you are getting tired and making mistakes, just stop for the night. The ski will wait for you.

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    well i am going to call it a night but other then making sure everything is set do i have to reseal the gaskets.. i know nothing about dealing with gaskets..if you couldnt tell..

    i never lifted the carb rack up and off the manifold it just moved too the left and then i slid it back shoud i take it off check the gasket then put it back on.. and align it by useing the f/a long bolts..??

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    ok so i set the carbs and checked by looking down the carb bore to make sure i didnt see any gasket hanging over..

    i thought that ever gasket you removed you had to replace and reseal or else it would not seal.. but now im guessing crank case gaskets and head gaskets are what i have to worry about if i remove them (which i dont plan on doing any time soon)

    thanks for the help

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    Make sure the gaskets between the carbs and intake manifold are good...if they leak, you'll be replacing pistons.

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