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    Turbo oil drain - question for turbo guys - how do you secure this?

    I'm hooking up my turbo coolant/oil feeds & drains. I'm curious how you guys secure this? drill a hole in the S/C drive hole in PTO cover and bolt it on with some sealant or an O-ring it looks like. I dont see any reason this would prevent me from going back to a S/C later on. Or am I missing the obvious way to lock this in?
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    does everyone else have a bracket that fits to the S/C bolts or something?

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    mine has grooves in it with 2 rubber o-rings- it fits really tight-- i may have to lube it to get it in! I would just put a little sealant around it and call it a day!

    what is the screw in the side for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by codymouse54321 View Post
    what is the screw in the side for?
    Exactly!

    I'm sure that this must be a once off peice then. I imagine that a hole was drilled through the side of S/C shaft hole, that we are trying to plug, and put that screw through the PTO cover into the oil drain plug. I just didnt want to drill the pto cover. I may, or I may just make up a bracket real quick that connects to the S/C bolts or something to hold it in.

    I have been looking, but wasnt able to find a photo of what others were using. I'm eventually going to just prep a 155 pto cover for it, but I don't want to swap PTO covers on this just yet.

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    does it fit in tight? i assume its aluminum- i would just have a tab, maybe 2 welded onto it so you can bolt it in place with the sc bolt holes

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostaholic View Post
    I may, or I may just make up a bracket real quick that connects to the S/C bolts or something to hold it in.
    That's what I would do.

    Quote Originally Posted by boostaholic View Post
    ...I'm eventually going to just prep a 155 pto cover for it, but I don't want to swap PTO covers on this just yet.
    Why switch to the 155 cover when yours has a perfect place to drain back oil?

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    Guess your right, keeps the option open to put an S/C back on if I decide to for some reason.

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