Pretty in Pink, dunno why
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Redondo Beach
The hoses are normal. One is the vent tube for the carburetor (and a good mod is to put a T fitting in it and run an additional hose higher up. It's called the 'T-Mod') and the second is the drain for the air box. Oil can accumulate in the air box and the drain exists so that it has a place to go. That drain should be capped and the draining should be done at oil change intervals.
Yes, there should be a nut on that bolt. Right away, too, as that bolt, if it backs out, is going to hit the chain and cause all sorts of havoc. Right before the suspension collapses! It's a pretty standard flange bolt. You should be able to find a replacement at a good hardware store. If you can't find a flange bolt then a normal bolt and washer will do.
That shock looks a bit oily. Does it work OK?
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Tom [email protected]
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Last edited by Tom Schmitz; 07-17-2013 at 12:36 PM.