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1981 GS 750 L: trying to hook back up the fuel line on the gs750 ...

Trying to hook back up the fuel line on the gs750 suzuki. The long line on the gas tank is trobleming me where to it go?

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Hi if that line is connected to the under side of the tank its a breather hose rout is somewhere i believe near the side of the air box then down near the swing arm

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