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    Where do I mount the groco strainer on a rxpx ?

    I can't figure where to mount this strainer! I've seen posts where people bolt the thing to the side of their machine, but really? There's gotta be another way! I was thinking about using some sort of adhesive to the fiberglass... but figured I'd ask everyone here first!


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    On my rxp I mounted it using the ubolt location for towing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhill19 View Post
    On my rxp I mounted it using the ubolt location for towing
    On a PX the I/C is blocking that location.

    I never put a strainer on my stock PX and never had a problem. But I don't run aground much. There is in a sense a strainer at the pump. That black plastic bolt in the pump is a strainer. The only thing that can get thru is very fine debris, sand and mud for the most part.

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    You can pretty much run it wherever you see fit...As long as its out of the way and easy to access it..Ive seen some even mounted all the way up front...

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    Yeah, as JP mentioned, the IC is in the way. Snoman, you've seen people mount it up in the front of the ski?! Do you know why? That seems like an awfully long route to take!

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    They do this for easy access..That all...theres all kinda room up front to mount it making it easy to clean when needed..

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    I never looked at it that way... That seems like a good idea now!

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    lots of heater hose lol

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    Its really a PITA with the I/C in the stock location. The stock PX hose routing also makes it even more of a PITA. There is just a short piece of hose from the pump then it tees off to the I/C and exhaust manifold.

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    Mine is right under the front air duct at the front of the seat. It did take about 6' of hose but it's easy to get to.

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