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Old June 21st, 2008, 12:41 PM   #7
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He ground off the lil nubs holding it off then used a lil gasket sealer (didn't have any reg material) and bolted it on.
It's seems to be venting just fine. As for oil seperation, not known yet.As long as it doesn't leak all over and returns thru the fittings into the tube then we'll guess it's doing it thing.
He just washed the engine comp. fired it up. When you take the oil cap off, you can feel lots of air, put it on and the lil air filter starts bubbling cuz of water sitting in the bottom edge. rev it up and it really goes to bubbling!
I'm kinda wondering if the screen is too much. But we will see if it clogs up over time.
The gasket around the fuel pump isn't leaking anymore , for now~

Hey tim, cool idea on the socket. He's thinking of doing an under the bus spare tire holder. Will go to the junk yard and get one from some totaled truck and weld it in.
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