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I need a new rear breather tube for my 2014 Muscle, stock airbox. The tube the dealership showed me wasn't even close. Ebay and Amazon had nothing. Usual bike parts retailers come up dry as well. Where is everyone else buying them?
 

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I need a new rear breather tube for my 2014 Muscle, stock airbox. The tube the dealership showed me wasn't even close. Ebay and Amazon had nothing. Usual bike parts retailers come up dry as well. Where is everyone else buying them?
Another idiot dealer , I see. Rear breather tube is 29505-05 and the front is 29504-05A. These are readily available.
Ron
 

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Another idiot dealer , I see. Rear breather tube is 29505-05 and the front is 29504-05A. These are readily available.
Ron
No argument from me on the dealer. I will head out with this number and see if they have it. I haven't been able to check that against my manual as it's still in an unknown location after my move to a new house.

Thanks as always Ron. Much appreciated.
 

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You got it Brother.
I got a new rear breather hose and Throttle Body Gasket this year.
I Probably should have bought 2 hoses....

06 D Stage 1 (VMOD-1 Topless-K&N, PowerVision)
15 k miles - I plan on keeping it .

You got me thinking about ordering parts for down the road.
Another Rear Breather Hose - Maybe the Cooling system hoses?
Going to do Stainless Brake Lines and I think go Dot 5.
SwingArm Bushing- Motor Mount Parts? Starter? Regulator?

Open to suggestions here!
 

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Nothing wrong with spare parts. I usually have a couple air box base or plenum gaskets laying around. I tried reusing one once. Won't do it again. Not that you cant but, for a couple bucks, why risk a leak?

It's a shame there is no certainty of parts availability as these bikes age. I have no suggestions as to which parts you should squirrel away. Your riding style and paying attention to what wears out quickly is about all I can say. Hopefully, parts will outlast me and my kids will inherit a rare antique that people will pay ludicrous amounts of money for someday. :D
 
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