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After my Maggie install I was having problems with the fuel line and other hoses/wires getting too close to the maggie drive shaft. I had this bracket made to keep the lines off the shaft. If you need one and know someone who can fab some metal for you, I'll post the drawing.
 

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Nice! I actually ran a bolt into one of those 6 holes and used a zip tie to hold mine off but this is nice.


 

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That's a good idea.

I keep looking at mine and still see a hair of daylight between the hoses and the jackshaft, so I think I'm good ... so far, at least.
 

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That's a good idea.

I keep looking at mine and still see a hair of daylight between the hoses and the jackshaft, so I think I'm good ... so far, at least.
Lol I just re-routed my fuel and evap lines further away from the rear pulleys. Of course my TB and coolant line to jack shaft clearance is within hundredths!


What I want next though is one of the trick fuel line block off's Heavy and a few of you other guys got. I missed the parade but that huge loop is ridiculous and I want it gone!
 
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