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Old 10-01-2010, 02:48 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by bachler View Post
Ours has the same problem After stopping maybe 4/5 drops. So I put an extension on it to the rear of the coach then i put a rubber elbow on it about 2" down. It is also enough to keep most of the oil and oil mist off the tow car, I looked into the canister but never was completly sold, My breather down tube blocker once and it blew the seals out of the turbo, $3750.00 later I know one thing It must breath. Cat 330 engine;
I must add It has a 5 gallon oil pan and I do/did not overfill the CC..

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Old 10-01-2010, 02:56 PM   #16
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Most of the Diesel engines Have 2 different oil pans one is the large one appx. 15 gallons . The other one is mostly used on RV. that one has a 5 gallon capacity. That is the cat C7 hens 300/330 You can look at them and tell the differance;;; I ran the vent out the back of the motorhome about 8 inches. Works well..

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