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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-22-2011, 01:12 PM Thread Starter
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Ear shave crankcase filter Help

Hey guys I have my ear shave and rejett finished except for my crankcase filter. I bought the emgo crank filter but Im trying to figure out the best way to hook it up to the hose off the front cylinder. I have some extra fuel hose but wanted to see if anyone has any pointers. Any help is appreciated.

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run the hose to desired location and somewhere you can fasten it, zip tie, bolt or so on... the attach your filter... it needs to be above the motor near bottom of gas tank to help keep oil down...

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In VoIPDoc's write up, he had this link and the last pic shows he mounted his up by the gas tank bolt. Looks good too.

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Thanks for the tips guys! I found out my problem in the photo lol I need to find another section of hose similar to the breather tube.

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to attach the hose to the crank case hose.. you can just slide the fuel hose into the crank case hose and use a small hose clamp to hold it on... some have even used a pipe attached to the fuel hose and slid that into the crank case hose and then clamped it... a bit more secure that way and not much chance of leaking.
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Got her all patched up lol a small peice of coolant hose I found layin around at work was all I needed. I tried to use a peice of fuel line at first but it was way to small (same stuff that is used for carbs) One more "to do" crossed off the list! thanks guys!

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