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I used irrigation reducers from Bunnings when I fitted my PV 200. No issues.

Fuel hose will resist oil penetration

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Any reason you did not use the reducer and hose that came with the kit?
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When I bought my provent catch can kits were not available

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Ahh. I see. Cheers.
Australia Post are saying my new can will arrive tomorrow Vlad.

I am likely calling CC 4x4 to book it in on Tues or Wed.

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It's a pretty easy job Paul, just need to losen a couple of bolts to mount the bracket, I put a bit of rubber on the bracket where some wires were close in case they rubbed, the rest bolted up in no time, the most time consuming bit was running the drip outlet under the car and making sure it was not going to rub anywhere, or get to hot near anything.
It really wasn't a hard job, the western filters website had the instructions online that were much easier to look at than the paper instructions in the kit

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It's a pretty easy job Paul, just need to losen a couple of bolts to mount the bracket, I put a bit of rubber on the bracket where some wires were close in case they rubbed, the rest bolted up in no time, the most time consuming bit was running the drip outlet under the car and making sure it was not going to rub anywhere, or get to hot near anything.
It really wasn't a hard job, the western filters website had the instructions online that were much easier to look at than the paper instructions in the kit

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Paul is getting CC 4x4 to make a firewall bracket to fit the provent.
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Australia Post are saying my new can will arrive tomorrow Vlad.

I am likely calling CC 4x4 to book it in on Tues or Wed.

Cheers.
Paul, I will attempt it on Wednesday. If I don't looked where it sits will then talk to CC 4x4.
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Did the preliminary assembly today ready for installation tomorrow. Fitted the can to the bracket, rotated it and fitted the drain hose and tap. I thought I broker three plastic lever when I was rotating it. Lol.

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Got it installed. Had to trim about an inch off the straight end of the supplied hose as well as about an inch off the inlet pipe end of the original hose to remove all kinks.

The original hose did have a coating of clean oil on the inside.

Question. How have people routed the drain hose? I sort of let in down a gap I saw in front of the steering rod with rubber boot. Cable tied it to metal riser and also the 3 coolant lines that ran parallel to each other. At the bottom, I wedged the brass tap between the intercooler and sump guards and cable tied to the intercooler guard's drain hole. Use this adequate? I cannot really see where else to secure it without having to remove the sump guard.
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