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There are two short vent lines that cross over the front of the carb that need to be extended and routed up under the headlight pod. There is also a drain hose that runs down just by the right rear tire that needs to be plugged off. A golf tee works great for a plug.
 

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Fourbypoor is yours a 450 or 500? There might be a difference.
 

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then yes what Grtwhthntr said is what you need there is a vent on the front diff that runs into the front of the frame on ther right side. 1 vent for the rear diff, 1 vent for the rear brake, and 2 vents for the cooling fan that all run up to the front and are ran into the frame on the left side. hope this helps also
 

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FYI, The fan vents are 3/8...
 

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what size are the rest and can these be ran into a snorkel or is it best if they just get ran to the handle bars
 

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what size are the rest and can these be ran into a snorkel or is it best if they just get ran to the handle bars
im not sure of the sizes, i just cut a piece off and took it to store and matched them up. you DONT want to run it into the snorkel. it will create a vaccum on the lines. run to handle bars, loop, and ziptie it.
 

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loop it just once or severel times? this will make it so that you dont have to worry about it any more?
 

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I am not sure what he means by looping, I think he means on the holders in the top of the carb(little gold colored bracket). If you look in the How to section on page 2 of the Foreman 500 snorkel, you can see mine. I just ran clear tubing, connection onto the factory lines with an attachement. the routed next to the gas tank and up to the handle bars. I think all the other vent lines are 3/16, with the exception of the fan.
 
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