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Breather pipe the smaller of the 2 breather pipes , one end is fixed to the tank the other end i dont know where it goes can u help.

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Your right they are breathers, that's it, that simple! put them back on the tank or throw them away.

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One's a breather and one is petrol overflow (i think?) they will both go down to near the left foot and come out at the end with another pipe...the coolant overflow.

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the smaller pipe is the 'breather' pipe and should follow the other pipes below the tank and just sit there

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