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    Junior Member Fatbez's Avatar
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    Hi I'm new here, I've recently bought a 1991 tw200 and am having trouble getting it running right, the bike had been sat for a while and the tank had gone quite rusty, so have cleaned this out, then removed the carb and cleaned this too. Now I can't get this back on.



    The air inlet hose will not fit back on.



    I have read that this often shrinks as it gets old, so I may need a new one, my problem is I'm in the uk and parts for tw200s are quite rare, does anyone know if tw125 shares the same air box and inlet hose? Or have an bright ideas?







    Thanks



    Adam

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    Most of us are from elsewhere, in places where the 125 has never been available.



    Makbig will know.



    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

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