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Old 08-13-2013, 03:34 PM   #1
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Hanging MILs

I just installed a new O/R H and MILs. The MILs hang really low, does anyone have any methods to raise them up a bit, I was thinking maybe ring clamp them together to get red of some slack. Thanks in advance.
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Zip ties? Lol cheap fix. Mine dont hang low
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I don't have MILs on mine bit on my buddies car we just zip tied them up and out of the way on the transmission mount if I remember right.
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Zip ties? Lol cheap fix. Mine dont hang low
Mine hang about 3-4 inches below the pipe itself so you can see them when I'm parked.
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Zip ties? Lol cheap fix. Mine dont hang low
Zip ties +1

I had a similar issue when I installed longtubes and had to get the O2 extensions. Just make sure they obviously aren't near anything to get too hot and melt.
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Mine hang about 3-4 inches below the pipe itself so you can see them when I'm parked.
Easy fix... just lower your car so you can't see them!
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Mine are zip tied. Works great!
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