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AT2-M air box

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Does anyone have a photo or drawing of the air box for a 1972 AT2-M 125?   I'm trying to figure out how to fabricate something for mine.  I saw where someone used tupperware for a temporary solution.   Thanks
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Replied by MarkT on topic AT2-M air box

AT2M air cleaner is a different beast...  I might have one someplace.  I will check.
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Replied by Tdbecker58 on topic AT2-M air box

Thank you. I have one for the "normal" AT2 but it looks like the AT2-M attaches at the top of the box to the tabs under the seat. Tricky..

I have this from my owners manual   (yes, I actually have one)    I just can't figure out the dimensions..     
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