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    Senior Member blazinmt's Avatar
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    Request: York how-to

    I will be switching from my viairs to a york and was wondering if someone would do a basic write-up. I have searched a bunch and have found a few answers here and there but no inclusive thread. I don't want to drop a grand on a kit and yorks can be found on ebay with clutches for $150. Questions I had:

    York 210 yeah?
    What do I need to do to it for our application (do they all puke oil)?
    Best way to mount it (I have a stock 99 4.3 under the hood with all accessories)?
    Most common issues with it (leader hose lengths, oil puking, etc.)?

    Basically just anything related to converting to a york. It's fine if it's even written for dummies! I have searched for a few hours and am getting lazy! OR if there is a link where this info is already I would appreciate that. If I get around to this before there is a write-up I'll do one myself.

    Thanks in advance!
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    welllll there is a ton of info but like you sad not to many write up's i have installed a few and the 210 york is my pick but the 209 work just as good. if you want to find a cheap one first "$25 at a junk yard" here is a list http://www.links4jeeps.com/writeups/...ork_Donors.php

    here is a crap load of info, really all you ever wanted to know lol http://www.gmfullsize.com/forum/showthread.php?t=107722


    now the oil problem, there is a oil mod out there...dont wast your time, i did it one time and it pushed the same amount as the one i did not do it on. the biggest help is the vent the crank case, it releaves the built up pressure in the crank case "it's sealed in a a/c system" when pressure builds up from heat and moving parts it can push more oil passed the rings. i have never done a edc on your year so i cant say 100% how to mount it. coming off the edc you need at least 2-3 foot of ss braided line, they put off a crap load of heat and the longer you run the line the less water you will get in the tanks. here is my set up,




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    Senior Member blazinmt's Avatar
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    That's for the reply and the link (good info:bigthumb:)...one more question, is a relay necessary for this?
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    thats a good question and no you don't, the clutch only pulls 3 amps.

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