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Old 01-30-2013, 03:41 PM
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Hey parry did you use or get any spacers? Looks to me you need to put some spacers between the head and the bracket then run a longer bolt thru. That should move the can out more
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Old 01-30-2013, 03:54 PM
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Hey parry did you use or get any spacers? Looks to me you need to put some spacers between the head and the bracket then run a longer bolt thru. That should move the can out more
Yea I did. The bolt supplied is relatively small. Still used the spacer and washer when I installed the bracket
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Yea I did. The bolt supplied is relatively small. Still used the spacer and washer when I installed the bracket
from the looks of it you will have to do what I did, used both the spacers form BT and added some washers also with a longer bolt

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What size bolt and how many washers did you use?
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What size bolt and how many washers did you use?
It took 12 washers lol I think the bolt was 4" long if I remember right. I just took the original bolt to get the threads right and also the spacers to look for the right length. You can actually go a little longer by accident as the threads go all the way thru and dont end
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Not sure how the BT one mounts, but I used a thread extension to clear the extended covers when mounting my Moroso catchcan...

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Not sure how the BT one mounts, but I used a thread extension to clear the extended covers when mounting my Moroso catchcan...

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Definitely the best solution I've heard so far. Hopefully my local hardware store has it.

Do you think 2 inches is enough? How big is yours? (that's what she said)
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Yep - 2" would be perfect - Mine's just under ( 'Credit card' shown for comparo). Is different mounting point to yours, but the clearance change is the same (if you know what I mean). As my mount is up front & centre, I just used a chromed allen bolt to look pretty, and spent plenty of time giving the shaft a vigorous polish (She DID say that.. )

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Good luck! Oh - Looks like I didn't rotate the pix sorry.. but you get the idea

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Yep - 2" would be perfect - Mine's just under ( 'Credit card' shown for comparo). Is different mounting point to yours, but the clearance change is the same (if you know what I mean). As my mount is up front & centre, I just used a chromed allen bolt to look pretty, and spent plenty of time giving the shaft a vigorous polish (She DID say that.. )
Great result Deano!

Any problem if I send my Jeep down to you, to deck out with all the goodies that you've got on yours? Would save me a bit of work.

Might give the vigorous polish a bit of a miss though.


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