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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-30-2011, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
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SS440 fuel and oil line diagram

Can anyone direct me to a diagram of the fuel and oil lines? Or maybe just explain where they go. On this sled the lines are dry rotted off
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the oil lines are fairly simple. there are 2 from the tank to the pump. the one at the rear of the tank bottom goes straight into the pump with a filter inbetween and the filter has two different sized nipples for different sized lines. the one from the front of the tank also goes to the pumpon the right side. from there two smaller lines feed the intake manifold.

fuel line feeds from the tanks filter inlet to the fuel pump and the fuel pump to the carb. there is also a line from the fuel pump to the crankcase. hopefully you have enough line to follow the routing for the fuel level gauge. i dont remember exactly how that one goes.
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Thanks! What is the oil line to the front of the tank for? Is there an inline filter between the hose from the top of the fuel tank and fuel pump? Why does the fitting on top of the tank face the opposite side that the pump is on? This sled is brand new to me.
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if your referring to the bottom of the oil tank, its a return line of sorts. if your talking top, its a breather. no filter inline, the filter is in the tank. not a bad idea to add one if desired. as for the tank fitting, depends on which one your talking about. ones a vent, ones for the fuel gauge built into the right side of the sled.
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