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Need vacuum hose detailed picture for 2002 Can-Am Quest 650

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I need to know the vacuum lines connections for the bottom of the carburetor... ALL of them really. They are not in the shop manual and I can not find an image googling. :(

If you have a picture of how these connect on a Can-AMATV please reply. THANKS!

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