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I have a 1999 kmx 125 and got it with no tubes on the nipples of the carboretor i have cut some to size but dont no which 1 goes were?

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The smaller ones are vent tubes. It really doesn't matter how they are run - they all need to end up open with the ends under the bike.

There will be one single, larger hose connection on the carb for the fuel line from the tank. Other than that - all the rest are vent tubes.

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