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PCV in Rear of Valley Tray

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Anyone ever try one of these adapters to use a PCV valve from the rear breather hole in the valley cover? Yes, it's a road draft conversion for a small block scruby, but it looks like it'll fit nicely!
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Is that for an in line pcv  ?


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Yup, for an inline PCV. This seems very similar to an original Ford part that I'm told is rare and hard to come by.
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I found an original one for mine. I would try one of these if I hadn't found one.


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I've used these on couple engines. You need to make sure there's a baffle under it, if you've got an aluminum valley pan you have to add one. Otherwise you'll suck a ton of oil.

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I have a couple of the Ford ones, but they would not work with the Edelbrock 3x2 intake I just put on my car. I ended up modifying the valley pan and used a regular small block ford pcv valve and rubber grommet
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ive used them before to make a pcv setup.they are not that hard to find if your in an area with lots of old trucks junked.63 and 64 with a 2 bbl carb had them.not sure if they had any earlier.
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I'm using the original valley pan, so it's baffled. I would just use a PCV valve in the hole with a grommet, but the threaded hold down stud for the breather tube is still there and in the way. It knocks out through the bottom and I don't really want to take the manifold off to remove the tray.
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any i seen juts screwed out from the top
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Original was a screw, not a stud.  If it is simply a stud, then it should come out but if the previous owner used loctite to ensure that it doesn't move when tightened or even had a bolt welded to the bottom or something else, then it may not come out very easily.  


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