Remove top of breather and filter element, after loosening mirror bracket and folding it back…DO NOT TAKE CANISTER OFF TRUCK

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Mark inside of canister to indicate which side of truck it goes on. This one is for the passenger side.

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Layout on inside of canister where exterior mounting saddle is located for drilling purposes

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Measure from top of canister down to where each strap is located.

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Mark these measurements on INSIDE of canister measuring from top lip.

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With a small 3/16” drill bit, drill the marked holes inside the can through saddle and all – (note we use a small air line on our bit to protect the cowling and prevent the bit from going too deep)

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Once all pilot holes are drilled, remove canister and straps

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Ream holes in canister out to 3/8” or 1/2” your choice

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Ream holes in saddle bracket on truck to match canister

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We roll a peice of 1/8” smooth aluminum 8″x10” to fit the radius of the canister on the inside

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Aluminum should fit like this inside the canister; this acts as a big washer and prevents the bolts from pulling through the thin can

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Mark aluminum positioning for future reference

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Holding aluminum in place inside the can, mark holes through can onto aluminum

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Drill marked holes in aluminum to match can and saddle

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Re-assemble, fold mirror bracket back and tighten, wipe it off, stand back and admire your work!!!!

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