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Battery relocation and degas
Since there is no room under the hood of these trucks, I want to move the batteries to my toolbox. Planning on using two of the plastic marine battery boxes and running a vent hose out of the boxes and out of the toolbox. The reason I want to move them is I want to mount my oil bypass system and ccv filter under the hood. Everyone mounts them on the frame rail. I don't want to. Rocks getting thrown up, water crossings some places I go, etc... The battery relocate shouldn't be an issue but the degas is where my attention is. The battery tray and degas bottle are one piece. There would be a lot more room with the whole thing removed
. Question being, does anyone make a stand alone degas bottle or can you use an aftermarket coolant expansion tank for like a race car?
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2008 F250 Lariat CC/SB 4X4
COBRA 29LX, Firestiks, Ranch Hands, AmsOil EABP90 bypass filter x 2, Flo-Pro 5" stainless w/ DEI wrapped 4" downpipe, S&B CAI, SCT LiveWire
To install still-AutoMeter 60psi boost gauge, AeroForce Interceptor scan gauge, Flo-Pro EGR delete with stainless elbow with custom welded 1/8 NPT bung, racor ccv4500
***BEATER***1976 F100 Ranger