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Old 02-25-2013, 12:47 AM   #61 (permalink)
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I'm flagrantly ripping this from another site but you'll get the jist of the pipe into the exhaust and the oil separator.




The box thingy in the second pic, is it required to make this set up work? Could I just run a line from the filler tube, such as for the CDR tuna can thingy, adapt it down to a smaller size, & weld a piece into the exhaust at a 45?
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Old 02-25-2013, 10:15 AM   #62 (permalink)
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No you don't need the box thing, an oil separator, for a 6.2 if you use the CDR, that setup is for my other brand pull truck.

I'd go from the CDR outlet not the filler neck and run it to your exhaust.
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it would be nice if it could deflect a deer or a prius...
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Mine ate about 6ft of paper towel once. It idled funny for a minute, then let out one big black firey fart and smoothed right out.
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Old 02-25-2013, 11:31 AM   #63 (permalink)
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No you don't need the box thing, an oil separator, for a 6.2 if you use the CDR, that setup is for my other brand pull truck.

I'd go from the CDR outlet not the filler neck and run it to your exhaust.
So basically, this is an extension of the CDR, from the outlet side of the current CDR, then running into the exhaust from there.....OR does the CDR get removed completely? Since I don't have stacks on mine, oil comming out the backof the truck, IMHO, is better then oil leaking in the engine compartment. At least that way I could tell if I developed any new leaks on the engine. As it is now, there is a plethora of oil on the engine, & it is impossible to tell if an oil leak were to spring up.
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So basically, this is an extension of the CDR, from the outlet side of the current CDR, then running into the exhaust from there
Ya it keeps oil fog out of your intake but dumps it in the exhaust. Keep the CDR or make more oil leaks.
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Old 02-25-2013, 03:47 PM   #65 (permalink)
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Ya it keeps oil fog out of your intake but dumps it in the exhaust. Keep the CDR or make more oil leaks.
Thanks for the clarification! More leaks I DON'T need anymore of those. Perhaps in a few weeks/months from now, I will be undertaking this project.
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http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...14932|L2*14982

Couldn't find anything on Rock auto which is surprising
With a little searching, I found one locally at O'Reilly Auto Parts for 44 bucks, & some change. Still a tad much IMHO, but far better then the 60+ at advanced auto. It took a little searching the counter guy to find it. He kept showing up with the SMALL units that gassers use. FINALLY after a few minutes of dialog, he found one. It will be here tonight, along with the new filter for the filter base. I shopped around, & found wix PN 33005, is the equivalent for the CAT Filter PN 175-2949, but for cheaper then the cat filters.
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Just got a call back from the CAT dealer. they quoted me the WRONG price earlier. Turns out the CAT Filter IS cheaper than the WIX filter! $19.47 U.S.D. opposed to the $21.& some change U.S.D. for the WIX filter. I'm thinking perhaps I will stocking up on 2-3 of them when I go there to get the filter.
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Either or, I dont change oil but once a year because I dont run the mileage up too much. As long as it's a WIX or one of them NAPA filters thats a WIX
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Aw shucks, I was thinking this would be stacks on the 58. Thats what I got on mine now. Looks cool, though I should do it correctly. I just used exhaust pipe I had laying around. Looks cool too when accelerating when its cold. Leaves a nice smoke trail behind me.
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Finally got them on and it has a unique deep rumble and almost no drone by my standards but im used to the exhaust dumping out under the passengers seat too
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