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Just putting this up as a reference for those who may need it.

Here are the diagrams of what and where.
 

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Thanks, checking out and replacing my missing tube is on my things to do list this weekend. I am still waiting for the regulator/rectifier and start/kill switch to come in.
 

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What if I don't have a puke tube? I guess the motor would just be "puking" all over the road! Where do you think I can get a replacement?

I could make one out of some hose and a plug, but what if I wanted to get an OEM one?
 

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Or check ebay for a complete used airbox/seperator assembly.
 

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250 has tube connected to crank, but 450 has tube connected to cylinder head
 

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wow, if i read that right, you get 8000 feet of it. guess that is a life time supply of puke tubes.
Yeah I didn't see that bit of info, who needs 8k ft. of tubing? That's enough for at least 8000 Rebels to have new puke tubes.
 

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If you are referring to number 12 in the diagram in the first post, that is the airbox drain, and it is self draining. It has a "duckbill" on the end with a slit in the end.
 
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