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Frantz filter on order

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Ordered from Deborah at We Filter It. She said if we mension Michael that we get $20 off of a system. Hope that I can complete the install without fabricating a mount? Will it fit outside the exhaust manifold and not hit the hood?

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Ordered from Deborah at We Filter It. She said if we mension Michael that we get $20 off of a system. Hope that I can complete the install without fabricating a mount? Will it fit outside the exhaust manifold and not hit the hood?

Pictures below shows what mine looks like attached to the manifold. It does not hit the hood.

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(Originally, I used the supplied mount with light welding where it attaches to the manifold. The metal I used was too light and developed a crack from the vibration. I will show a picture of the new bracket later....got to find it)

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Video showing the easy access of the frantz filter from this location and how well the oil will drained for removal.

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New bracket using thicker metal

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Does Frantz have a spacer to put in the canister now.............due to the shrinking size of most TP rolls now???:smart::hijack:

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