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Speciafically where all hoses go in carburator

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    MIKE UPPENCAMP Apr 30, 2015

    its a Chongqing 49cc scooter and has all kinds of loose hoses.

  • adam bikedoc May 03, 2015

    Post a picture of it and I'll tell you



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Much more detail required such as model, year, and size of bike along with the carburetor brand.

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