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I don't have any pictures of my install of the bags when I had them on the truck but where I mounted them was I had two valves underneith the airbox, I took out my Windsheild Washer Fluid bottle and had mounted on the inerfender well, on the passenger side I mounted them underneith my battery plate. Here's a tip closer the valves are to the bag quicker the air gets there.

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98 SS ON NOS said:
im doing my front kit this weekend and rear next. so could you guys post all the stuff you took pics of. i want to see where i could mount the vavles and running line etc
If your interested, we have a full instruction manual available on-line just click on 75512 for pics and insrtuctions. I dont know how much it will help but... there it is

Hope this helps.
 

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I have a couple of pics of the rear setup on my Blazer its a modified easy street air over steel setup. I will have front pics next week.

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i dont have picks of my front detup but what ever you do...keep you airline as far away from heat(manifold,exhaust) as possible.an anywhere you run line thru your frame make sure there something between the frame and the line like a groumet or something.
 

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cmon tony get creative.....i suggest the front valves to be mounted as close to the bag as possible under the hood, yet still accessible if need be. The rear, well that depends on whether or not you are cutting the bed. same idea though, as close to the bag as possible yet accessible.
 

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The Rear Discs are factory on the Blazer X. As for the brake lines. I just cut the mount of the axle. then straped the line to the axle. The bracket pushes the brake line out to far by cutting the mount off and straping them directly to the axle they don't rub. Also look directly above the axle mounted to the fuel tank is a small charcoal canister I think? Any way it needs to be moved. I found out the hard way. I aired out and the rear end broke it off. I just moved it between the fuel tank and floor.
 

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No it was to hard to get my head along with the camera up inside there to get a shot. Sorry Dude.....
 

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That is pretty much it.
 

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also make sure your exhaust dosent heat that brake line in the rear..it wont harm at first but after a few weeks it causes the rear brakes to lock up and then your screwed.itshappened to 3 people i know of with bagged s10s so be careful.
 

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Tony;
When you get ready to do the install this weekend let me know and i will get you my home e-mail addy so if you have any questions you can drop me an e-mail.

Tony....

Btw...... this kit on your truck is gonna handle *****in.

Tony...
 

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I cut the exhaust at the muffler to solve that problem.
 
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