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baffles...corect? pic

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by broncoman6524, Mar 8, 2007.

  1. broncoman6524

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    is taht right or is it the other way? i bought these with em already installed and idk if this is correct...
     
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    I can even tell what is in that picture, its so fuzzy.
     
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    ok ya it is a ****ty pic..lookin down on the cover...the baffle is a U basically...althioygh its a square...with the lines...(upper part of U) poiting up, OR towards rocker arms when installed..leavinga 1" wide gap between baffle top adn grommet
     
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    It needs to be installed so the "U" points towards the valve cover and shrouds the grommet so it won't suck oil.

    Pretty sure if you tried it the other way the baffle would hit the rocker arms when you try to install the valve cover.
     
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    actually...it dont. lol. when i bought these the dumbass whoever ahd em first...put em on that way. any suggestoins on how to fix this?

    if you cant tell/dont know. theyre held on by studs that you hammer into holes...
     

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