there is one on the front diff that runs into the frame at the front of the bike on one side. then there is a vent on the rear diff, 2 on the fan, and one for the rear brake that all run up into the same area but on the opposite side of the frame.
no i dont and i havent done them i just no where they are at. if you look in behind the which at the top of the curve in the black tubing they run into a hole there right in around where the arrow is pointing on both sides.
I took my carb vent lines, split them, they are hooked together. I cut a little slit in my black flap, the one under the seat. I then ran the lines though the slit and ...... I don't remember how I got them to stay up there.... anyway I took my carb drain line took off the check valve and folded the line over and put a small hose clamp on it. I have not messed with the others yet but will when it warms up. Right now while its cold out I don't play in the water so I'm not worried about it.
The carb vents need to be put up higher. The rear diff, rear brake and fan vents are all grouped together, just follow the rear diff line up and at the front of the bike they are all together. then just extend them with some barbs and tubing from the harware store. teh front diff is all by itself just group it with the rest of them. Plug the carb drain. Last but not least re-run the crank case vent line. This is below the air filter in the airebox, it goes straight into the crank case. Get about 3 feet of tubing from the local shop and get some hose clamps and reroute it. there is a how-to on the triangle atv website. This will save a lot of headache and money, not much water has to get in the air box to slode down to the crank case. Total 1 crank case vent, 2 carb vents, 1 front diff, 1 rear diff, 1 fan, 1 rear brake and drain plug.
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