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  1. I don't necessarily disagree. However with the amount you catch in the can. I feel more comfortable using a can. I'm not saying it won't burn it without a can but no doubt its a lot getting past the pcv line. With a can being so inexpensive. To me its definitely worth it. And one things for certain... it won't hurt to run a can
  2. Have been wanting fog lights since I bought the truck. Ended up ordering an iron cross bumper & a smittybilt 12k X20 comp winch and some aftermarket fog lights. I wired the fog lights directly to the low beam headlights so they are on all the time. Pretty damn good upgrade. I'm happy with it. I've ordered a 3 inch lift but its not here yet. Still waiting on my other clevis as well
  3. Have been wanting fog lights since I bought the truck. Ended up ordering an iron cross bumper & a smittybilt 12k X20 comp winch and some aftermarket fog lights. I wired the fog lights directly to the low beam headlights so they are on all the time. Pretty damn good upgrade. I'm happy with it
  4. In and out refer to the catch can. So from the in on the picture to the in on the catch can. The other end of the pcv line is where you run the out from the can.
  5. A 4000lbs winch is what's on my 4 wheeler. It's literally a 4 wheeler winch. I feel your pain though. I was in your shoes and searched weeks for a hidden winch stockish bumper. However no suitable options. I ended up going with my first heavy duty after market bumper... iron cross. After installing it ... holy ****** is it cool. In the heart of that bumper lives a smittybilt X20 12k wireless remote. And I installed fog lights into it for 52 bucks. Wired them directly to the low beam so they stay on all the time .
  6. If any of you are interested in aftermarket air filters the K&N 33-5083 fits 6.6l L8t gas. It doesn't show it on the websites so I thought I'd let people know. This truck has a great cold air intake system. The only thing i have to find now is the airaid intake tube that will fit to replace that horrible box.
  7. I know this is an old thread but I was wondering if anyone has created their own by now... as far as I know the only cai thats available now is the momentum that's mentioned above. I ordered it but its on back order for 10 weeks.
  8. My last truck i would empty the can when I changed the oil. Seemed to work pretty good
  9. Its oil. Super thin oil but oil nonetheless. That's pretty on par with my 5.3. So to me GM's oil separator didn't change anything. Makes me glad I installed one now though.
  10. This is after 300 miles or so of highway driving. So imagine pulling
  11. If you install a catch can you will see it. My 5.3 2016 and my 2018 both halfway filled the catch can with every oil change. I do believe you didn't find any but You will see it if you add a catch can. I guarantee you I'm about to catch some in my newly installed catch can in my 2020 6.6l gas even though GM says they have an oil separator. However if I'm wrong about my 6.6 I'll gladly take it off. Stay tuned
  12. Is this the pcv line? I believe it to be. But its totally different than the 5.3 I traded in. I pulled this line out and there is oil in it. I've installed the catch can I'm just trying to confirm this is the right line.. any help is appreciated.
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