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carb to breather

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04-10-2013 09:28:47

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Sirs, the 9n that I bought has no connection between
the carb and air filter. what do I use flexable
tubing or pipe? thanks in advance for any info.

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it me again

04-11-2013 13:13:41

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 Re: carb to breather in reply to frontier, 04-10-2013 09:28:47  
take to muffler shop and have custom one made they make where take a canister type of filter like do with diesel truck

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Colin King

04-10-2013 19:17:16

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 Re: carb to breather in reply to frontier, 04-10-2013 09:28:47  
The rubber connecting hose and the shaped steal pipe are both available from the parts section on this site. All told, you'd be looking at about $30+ shipping. I wouldn't continue to run the engine until you reconnected the air breather.

Colin, MN

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04-10-2013 10:26:30

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 Re: carb to breather in reply to frontier, 04-10-2013 09:28:47  
ditto what's been said... a piece of flexi hose rad hose or the oe style pipe.

both are available :)

service the air cleaner.. and perhaps clean the carb..

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Dell (WA)

04-10-2013 09:37:54

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 Re: carb to breather in reply to frontier, 04-10-2013 09:28:47  
frontier........yep, 1-1/2" tube with 2-ea short rubber couplings and hoze clamps. Depending upon yer local NAPA stock of radiator hozes, you could run all rubber hoze. Iff'n your feeling flush, you can even gitt the straight pipe "chrome plated". Check our sponsors (Yesterdays-Tractors) catalog at the left top of the side-bar. Iff'n I remember correctly, I got tired of fightin' the LONG metal tube and cut about 1-in off'n the end. Fitts just fine now. .......Dell

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04-10-2013 09:32:03

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 Re: carb to breather in reply to frontier, 04-10-2013 09:28:47  
They had a metal pipe with a piece of radiator hose attaching it to each end.

I don't see why you couldn't use a flexible radiator hose as long as it doesn't

collapse and close off the airflow.

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