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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-29-2019, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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1995 Polaris 300 4x4 fuel line

I bought a 1995 300 4x4 off a guy and trying to get it running. All the fuel and oil lines are pulled off of it. Anyone got a layout for them? I know some are just vent lines also. And does anyone know I it has an oil and fuel pump? I don't see them anywhere and assume it is gravity fed but also concerned someone removed them. There is one line coming off of oil tank top that goes nowhere. 4 lines on the carb, one from tank/petcock, one line plugged off, one line to nowhere and one line disconnected. Another small line from top of fuel tank. Another from transmission that is probably vent. And another from fan that is probably vent. I attached some pictures. If anyone can help I would appreciate it.
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The fuel line from tank to carb is gravity fed. The oil line from the oil tank runs to the oil pump on the bottom front of the engine I believe. The oil line from the pump runs to the side of the carb near the engine boot. Should be a carb vent line and transmission vent line the run up under the cowling over the fuel tank. There should also be a carb drain line that hangs down to the bottom of frame. The fuel tank vent line runs up to the steering wheel pod which is where the oil tank vent lines runs.
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That helps some but still not sure on exact locations. Anyone got a 300 they can take pictures of lines?
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-11-2019, 11:14 AM
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Sorry, I no longer have my 300 to be able to get some pictures. I checked some online microfiche parts diagrams and they didn't show routing very well at all. Essentially, the vent lines run up to a spot high enough to keep them dry and free of dirt.

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