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    95 SLT 750 Rebuild Question

    When I bought this ski it had already been completely disassembled. I'm replacing the fuel pickup line and reserve line etc. The
    droptube holder has 4 nipples to attach the hoses. They are marked R, O, T and V. Which hose goes to which letter?
    I'm guessing the R is for reserve but not sure.


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    Those are the markings beside the nipples on the underside of the sender cap or on the top side of the sender?

    Does this thread help?

    Last edited by K447; 10-14-2013 at 08:20 AM.

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    If I remember correctly, the top should be marked Res, Main, Vent, Ret. But if you look at the sender, you will see where the 4 nipple lead. On the underside, the one that is just a hole, is the vent. The one that drops down just about 1/2" is the return. There is a small hole on the side of the sender about 2" up. Line that one up with the Main nipple. The last one, which travels all the way to the bottom of the sender, is the reserve.

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    According to the Polaris Industries online Parts Diagrams, the 1995 SLT 750 was made with either type of fuel senders, the integrated level sender aluminum extrusion design and the old-school seperate fuel pickup hoses inside the tank with a separate fuel level sender.

    Interestingly all the other 1995 models show only the new style aluminum tube sender. 1992-1994 all show only the non-aluminum separate pickup hoses and sender design. Perhaps Polaris had some excess inventory of the old style fuel tanks and senders they wanted to use up in 1995 production before changing over to the all aluminum senders across the board.

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    I have the one with the separate sender. See pics below for markings. I want to make sure that each hose is connected to
    the proper location at both ends. I'm not sure where they go since they were not connected when I bought the ski.
    Thanks for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtescher View Post
    I have the one with the separate sender. See pics below for markings. I want to make sure that each hose is connected to the proper location at both ends. I'm not sure where they go since they were not connected when I bought the ski.
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    For some reason your attachments are not actually showing until I click them. I suspect they will disappear after a day or so.

    The fitting that is flush with the bottom of the housing would be the vent. Letter V, correct?
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    The adjacent short nipple I suspect would be the fuel return fitting.
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    The other two are the MAIN and Reserve fittings.
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    It was weird that the pics didn't show up like they did when you copied them(K447). Don't know why.

    Yes, the flush fitting is V. So, I'll use that for the vent line.

    As for the Main and Reserve I guess it doesn't matter which one I use as long as the other end goes to the proper connection on the fuel selector valve.

    As for the return line, there is no drop tube connected to that in the diagram.
    So, I just connect the Return line to the top fitting only.

    Or, is there a tube that drops down like the Main and Reserve lines? If there is a drop tube, how long or how far off the bottom of the tank should it be? I know the Reserve is to roll around on the bottom and the Main is a couple inches off the bottom. But, how long should the return line be?

    And, I saved the fuel restriction part and placed it in the return line to the carbs.
    Last edited by K447; 10-14-2013 at 06:28 PM. Reason: Return has no drop tube

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    I just looked at the shop manual. Duh!!! It's a return line. Got it! Thanks for all the help

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    My guesses;

    V = Vent

    O = On = Main
    R = Reserve

    T = ReTurn
    Last edited by K447; 10-14-2013 at 10:07 PM.

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    Makes sense now that you explain it that way Just by chance, that's how I hooked them up. Thanks K447!

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