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  1. Yes, all our Catch Cans come with mounting hardware, connections, and hose. However, it was recently brought to our attention our current mounting bracket needs to be altered to fit the newer 2019+ engine bay. We're working to get a bracket modified for these newer trucks.
  2. Good information, but they should compare the Elite E2 or E2-X Catch Can against any of these, and see the real difference.
  3. I've always said, the proof is in the Catch Can. It's amazing how much oil gets trapped inside a well engineered and designed Catch Can. Cheers!
  4. Sure. The first post of this crazy long thread is a good place to start, but shoot us an email and we'll get you a ton of information. We can be reached at [email protected] or [email protected] I'll send you a PM too.
  5. No, 35K miles is still a great time to add a Catch Can to your truck. It will prevent any future damage.
  6. No. Other than emptying the contents, they are pretty maintenance free.
  7. Thanks for your message. Shoot us an email at [email protected] or [email protected], and we can definitely help you out. My daily driver is a 2016 GMC Sierra 62L with an aftermarket CAI, so I'm very familiar with your set-up.
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