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Old 04-02-2013, 06:58 PM   #1
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Identify this hose!

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I changed my fluids today and right when I'm done, this hose comes off. All I know is that it is one of the hoses that sticks to the bottom when fairings are on, and when fairings are off, it hangs to the left side (heh heh).

Help please!
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Old 04-02-2013, 07:06 PM   #3
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looks like drain hose which connect to bottom of gas tank
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Old 04-02-2013, 07:09 PM   #4
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looks like drain hose which connect to bottom of gas tank
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It's linked to the Johnson Rod. Very important to lube the Johnson Rod.

If not, the bike just plain ole comes apart. You did lube the Johnson Rod, didn't you?
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Just an overflow. Just find which which stem is missing a hose. No biggie
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Just an overflow. Just find which which stem is missing a hose. No biggie
Yeah...or that.
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It's linked to the Johnson Rod. Very important to lube the Johnson Rod.

If not, the bike just plain ole comes apart. You did lube the Johnson Rod, didn't you?
Is this going to cost me an arm, an leg, or both?

Thanks again, folks!
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It's linked to the Johnson Rod. Very important to lube the Johnson Rod.

If not, the bike just plain ole comes apart. You did lube the Johnson Rod, didn't you?
Mongo must be very bored today...
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It's linked to the Johnson Rod. Very important to lube the Johnson Rod.

If not, the bike just plain ole comes apart. You did lube the Johnson Rod, didn't you?
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Is this going to cost me an arm, an leg, or both?

Thanks again, folks!
Please tell me your kidding.
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I lubed mine twice today.
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I lubed mine twice today.
As we all should. Lube our own that is, not yours...

What happens when the Johnson Rod isn't lubed properly...

Identify this hose!

BOOM...without warning, it just comes apart....horrible thing to happen.
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Mine doesn't look like that...
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Well...it's just an example...apply your own image.
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My Johnson rod stays Lubed
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