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Old 12-04-2010, 05:46 PM
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CCV mod help

I would like to do this and I did a search and got lots of references to the CCV mod, but nothing on how to actually do it. Can someone send me a link or tell me exactly what I need to do?
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i want to know toooo
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Welcome to guzzle's CCV mod web page
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I have stated several times that I saw some serious flaws with Guzzles way of doing this mod. It's good to see he has put a warning on his site about this.
Another option is

CCV Mod

If you have any questions you can email me at ccvmod@triad(dot)rr(dot)com or send me a PM.

NCH
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Old 12-19-2010, 12:33 PM
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I did it a few weeks ago with $3 oil filter from PepBoys and a length of 5/8" heater hose. I got a grey plastic fitting from either Lowe's or Home Depot (can't remember) that screwed into the top of the oil filter (not exact thread fit but worked fine). I drilled holes all around the top of the oil filter through the rubber so my CCV gasses can come out it, after noticing the oil filter's designed for the oil apparently to flow in one direction through it. So then I could blow easily through my little pipe fitting. Put the hose on the doghouse (after turning it around so the port faces rearward), routed it laterally and down (away from the exhaust manifold) and zip-tied it under the truck to the back, where I put a cheap duct clamp around the filter and a bolt through that to the frame. Looks perfectly fine and seems to work great, all for about $6 plus the hose.
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Old 12-19-2010, 12:45 PM
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Kevin you can't just say Bobs is flawed and nothing else. Please elaborate what the "serious" flaws are with his setup.

The warning he has on the website is the same warning that applies to your CCV kit, or any kit for that matter.
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Old 12-30-2010, 06:11 PM
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go check out the ccv mod on any stock 12v. mine is very similar.
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I didnt use a filter when I did my CCV mod. I ran 1" heater hose along the frame rails next to the gas tank. The only problem was that I had a low spot in the hose that accumulated water. I cut it off a week later and there was about a cup of oily water in there. I cut the hose short and just stubbed it out into the engine compartment because I was afraid it would freeze.
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