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Discussion Starter · #101 ·
Now that the hydro vent between the booster and MC is facing up it will be prone to sand/dirt ingress. Tap the area and install a fitting and remote vent it w/vent cap...just a thought. I vent everything up high and now will be moving vents even higher up on the snorkel top when installed.
My thoughts exactly. I'm going to use one of the "factory style" axle vents, silicone adhesive it to that vent. If silicon doesn't work then JB weld.
 
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Discussion Starter · #102 · (Edited)
Finely got the engine mount design for the frame worked out, I think. They will be bolt on using the factory mounting locations. The passenger side is relatively easy, only have to relocate the brake line and trim out a path on the fender well for the mount to slide over the frame. I still have all of the bracing to figure out, but that should be relatively easy. The drivers side not so much. 3 brake lines and 2 fuel lines will have to be rerouted. Unless I change the design the steering shaft will have to be remove to install the drivers side mount.

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