Just found more pro's and con's as I was considering mounting this unit.
A regular 3/4" brass quarter turn valve that can be purchased at lowes will work.
Quick valve has a 3/4 fumoto valve that would also work if you have a clearance issue.
The brilliant minds at IPR spent so much time and money inventing the thing they didn't have anything left to throw at mounting options, they recommend an upside down mount above the vacuum pump. I disagree, turning it upside down may or may not create an air bubble in what would be the bottom, but even if there is no air bubble then the magnet to catch any metal material would be at the top and unable to catch some of the material that would normally settle in the bottom anyway. Not to mention the coolant contents emptying out on your vacuum pump and fender well every time you remove it.
With some further thought put into it I'm thinking about mounting mine where it can be right side up, to do this I think it will either be mounted below the passenger side headlight behind the bumper or passenger side frame rail across from fuel filter. If anyone has any further suggestions then I would certainly love to hear them.
Replaced stock w/stock
Harley Davidson windshield
Replaced w/or added, upgraded, modded or converted.
RECON Big Rig Ice running board lights, interior LED light conversion.
RECON smoke LED tail lights, third brake light, mirror lights, fire & ice tailgate strip.
Garrett powermax turbo
Metal CAC tube, Turbo oil supply and drain conversion
Fuel/water separator drain plug
Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac 275/65R20
Drilled/slotted rotors w/ceramic pads
IPR Generation 2 EGR delete.
IPR High flow coolant filtration system.
Rear mounted under bumper off road lights for hooking up & setting up trailer.
Frame mounted air compressor w/ 2gal. Reserve.
Last edited by 05_HARLEY_F250; 11-18-2012 at 06:50 PM.