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    hey guys just lookin for some opinions on were to mount my puke tank.low or high on the back of the scoop? It would be alot easyer to fab up the low mount. but if put it higher I may need a secondary brace to keep it sturdy. But the breather would be it the wind a little more blowing any smell if any away. has anyone mounted there puke tank like this on there scoop if any could you post a pick Thanks
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    I would fab up some brakets and mount it on the ski tow.

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    That's how I have mine mounted
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    Heres a couple ideas for you Bud



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    We just mounted ours to the top cap opening in the back with the thin metal brackets that come with them.
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    Kinda goin through the same thing here on my boat .. Is it better to mount them hi or low ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    We just mounted ours to the top cap opening in the back with the thin metal brackets that come with them.
    Good lord that looks mean

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    Quote Originally Posted by blender over View Post
    Good lord that looks mean
    It's fairly ferocious. One more puke tank pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNYoungblood View Post
    Kinda goin through the same thing here on my boat .. Is it better to mount them hi or low ???
    doesn't really matter. if it's higher, it's a bit easier to check/drain anything collected.

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    Pan Evac system into the headers simplifies the system if the headers are running dry. JMO
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    THANKS GUYS!!!!!! for the ideas. I pulled out some scrap I had this is what I came up with so far. Im not sure if its thick enuff but it may work.I have to fit the gussets and maybe drill a hole in them before they get tiggwelded. What do you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweet Pickle View Post
    Pan Evac system into the headers simplifies the system if the headers are running dry. JMO
    I did have evacs on headers but Im putting shotgun tips on and I guess if you run water you cant have evacs on the headers with the shotguns. I might need to push water through headers to pass the D/B test the water cop is gunnin for me and I want to pass!!!!! so after about $1500 in parts + my labor I hope my changes work. I will post more pics as I go with the up grades.

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    Default looks Good ...Nice Work

    Quote Originally Posted by almost busted View Post
    THANKS GUYS!!!!!! for the ideas. I pulled out some scrap I had this is what I came up with so far. Im not sure if its thick enuff but it may work.I have to fit the gussets and maybe drill a hole in them before they get tiggwelded. What do you think?

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