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Old 07-17-2013, 05:06 PM
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the hard plastic tube is located between the PVC Valve and the Intake, you will need to pull that tube off and cut it away from the PVC Valve, then attach Vapor hose to the plastic tube on one side and plug that back behind the intake, and the PVC Valve you cut away from the plastic tube you will need to remove the left over plastic tube piece from the PVC Valve and attach another Vapor tube to that PVC vlave, install both pieces to the engine and turn the 2 new Vapor tubes to the Catch can, you basically cutting into and putting in between the PVC Valve and the intake Plastic tube your catch can. Hope I explained that right
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Disregard last question I thought you mean buy it when you said you will need to but it. You meant "cut it" I had to read it a few times to get that.
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That is exactly what I needed ! I really appreciate your help!
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No problem .....
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I finished it and it really wasn't that hard. It just took the most time to find out the best way to mount the can! I don't know if you had the same problem but the hard plastic hose was too small for the half inch adapter so I just slid the hose on top of the hard plastic one. Then I used a hose clamp to make sure it wouldn't slide off. For mounting I got an L bracket from Lowes and did a little bending to get it in the right position. I then cut a little piece of plastic from the battery base plate right next to the fuse box and put 2 bolts in it. I was able to utilize the bracket that came with the BT can also with that L bracket. I will post some pictures shortly!
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Here it is finished!
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For any others interested, this Moroso 85472 should be a direct bolt up for both 4.7L and 5.7L rams (4th gens):

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Moroso-Oil-C...-/121144895253

http://www.gpmm.org/showthread.php?t=3913

You'll just need extra hose.
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Thank You. Thanks For reps Also!
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