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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-14-2010, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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Where to mount the bottle....

Where'd you guys running nitrous mount your bottle(s)? Im thinking I'd like to keep mine in the cab. Just lookin for ideas.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-14-2010, 07:08 PM
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Re: Where to mount the bottle....

i have a bed cover so i put my bottle driver side behind cab easy acs.
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Re: Where to mount the bottle....

In the cab means you need to have a blowdown tube.

I put mine behind the backseat.

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Re: Where to mount the bottle....

like marty said you have to have a blowdown tube to be legal at tracks, mine are in the bed, i run lines in the cab for winter snow drift busting to keep them warm and cozy

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Re: Where to mount the bottle....

What are these blow down tubes you speak of?

Im thinking in the cab will be the cleanest look
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Re: Where to mount the bottle....

They allow the pressure to be released outside of the cab if the bottles pressure relief valve goes off, you can get them thru summit, if i remember right they are about 15 bucks per bottle, most tracks require that you have them.

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Re: Where to mount the bottle....

anyone mount their's on the frame rail? or under the truck?

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Re: Where to mount the bottle....

Bigrpowr's was on the frame on his 6.4, other guys have done it as well, makes changing the bottle a little bit of a pain but at least its hidden.

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Re: Where to mount the bottle....

I worry about laying it in the bed and it getting stolen or messed with.
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