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Old 07-10-2011, 05:43 PM
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How did you guys do it with all that stuff?

Ok,
I purchased a sinister coolant filter awaiting install when I flush the gold crap out and put the nice red ELC stuff.

I also picked up a BD CCV kit.

I would definitely like to add a bypass filtration kit too.

Im scratching my head wondering where all this costly cr@p will go.

Any advice and pictures will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Derek
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Old 07-10-2011, 05:49 PM
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You have to be creative if you want to MOD a 6.0
I had an oil bypass that had a bracket that attaches to the alternator bracket. The dieselsite coolant filter wanted to use this same space, so I had to add some hoses to that and it is now relocated under the truck. I used my imagination, a hammer, a grinder with metal cutting wheel and a few bolts to make it all work hanging it off the frame. Right next to it is my dieselsite external transmission oil filtration system. Get under there, look around and get creative.
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Old 07-10-2011, 06:03 PM
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You have to be creative if you want to MOD a 6.0
I had an oil bypass that had a bracket that attaches to the alternator bracket. The dieselsite coolant filter wanted to use this same space, so I had to add some hoses to that and it is now relocated under the truck. I used my imagination, a hammer, a grinder with metal cutting wheel and a few bolts to make it all work hanging it off the frame. Right next to it is my dieselsite external transmission oil filtration system. Get under there, look around and get creative.
I figured as much that would be the answer, but it seems every aftermarket company loves that location on the passenger Side. I was peeking behind the grill today and noticed some possibilities too.

Don't you think the CCV kit should be mounted higher than the frame rail though.
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My ccv mod is a long piece of hose connected to the CCV, run straight down to the frame and ziptied into place. (I got creative there too)
I can't answer because I know very little about ccv kits.
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