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First of all, I washed my ACE today, using cling-wrap as originally suggested by Hayseed. Worked good. When cleaning under the wheel-wells, I noticed this hose that looked funny in the engine "compartment". It was odd looking and after messing with it a bit, it just came lose. Seems it was not connected on either end and upon closer inspection there does not seem to be any connectors of any kind. Perhaps one of you can tell me where it goes. Here is a picture View attachment 813

Now that we have that out of the way I do have a question. Does anyone recognize these two washer like things that I found under my seat when I first got it. They look like they fit in the firewall or similar place with something like a cable or wire that goes through the center. Not sure you can tell but they are split from the center to the outside and they have a groove around the circumference so that they would stay in place. Anyway anyone have any ideas? View attachment 814

Finally, I thought I would take a few pictures to show off: View attachment 815

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The washer things in your picture look just like the wire grommet's that came with my roof. Mine were in a separate plastic bag from the roof.
 

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Thank You pgannetto! Wire Grommets sounds right. My roof does not have any holes in it (apart from the lock&ride screw holes). These are in case you drill holes for lights? Thanks for your response sir.
 

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Oh, sorry about being vague grimrpr13. I took off the air intake covers and took out the pre filters. I wrapped the covers with cling-wrap to keep water from entering the air intakes and then snapped them back on. In the meantime, I washed the pre-filters in soapy water. After washing the whole machine, I took the air intakes off put the pre-filters back in and removed the cling-wrap before restoring the covers. Likely all that is unnecessary due to the capture chambers that you can drain just inside the fenders but just in case...
 

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Sorry. Have been off line for a bit. They are WREC 14 Rims with Sedona Ripsaw Tire Kit like Atv Bandit said. Polaris Item 2878878. I really do like them despite the rims being really hard to clean.
 
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