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    Fuel vent

    Almost lost this lil guy a couple times. It falls off if you look at it funny.
    Before I buy a duplicate I was wondering if there's any recommendations for venting.
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    Just use some snug-fitting flexible tubing.

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    That would be the simplest thing to do. Just curious of anyone is running a ventline down, into the chassis, steer tube , or some other witchcraft
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    I don't use those things
    I know of 2 people who had fuel issues driving them crazy trying to diagnos.
    The stupid vent valvesstuck closed and wouldn't allow the tank to vent.
    Besides I like being able to let my cap hang while filling the tank.
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