►Oil Catch Can: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H8BSTHB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
NOTES: The oil catch can also comes with teflon tape that you'll want to apply to both fittings to avoid potential leaks. Apply 3 to 4 revolutions in the opposite direction of how you'll thread the fittings into the catch can.
►Armor Mark 3/8” Fuel Line Hose (purchase 20” and trim as needed): https://www.autozone.com/plumbing-hosing/rubber-hose/armor-mark-fuel-line-hose/4956_0_0
►Armor Mark 15/32” PCV Hose (purchase 36” and trim as needed): https://www.autozone.com/plumbing-hosing/rubber-hose/armor-mark-pcv-and-emission-hose/13693_0_0
►5/16” to 7/8” Hose Clamps | 4 pack: https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/ideal-standard-type-f-hose-clamp-size-06-5203058/11865265-P
►M6-1.00 x 16 Screw (optional as you can use the self-tapping screws provided in the oil catch can kit, but that would involve a little more work).
►Needle nose pliers and/or regular pliers: to move stock pinch clamps
►Allen wrenches: (8mm, 2.5mm, and 5/32 if you use the M6-1.00 x 16 allen screw shown in video)*
*4mm if you use the M6-1.00 x 16 allen screw shown in video. I used/said 5/32 in the video, but that was not an exact fit although it did the job. 4mm is the proper size.
►5/32 chainsaw file: to enlarge the oil catch can bracket hole for the M6-1.00 x 16 screw
►Flathead screwdriver: to help with removing stock hose off the PCV and intake manifold
►17mm deep socket: to tighten fittings into the oil catch can
►10mm socket: to loosen 2 intake hose screws
►1/4 socket or Phillips screwdriver: to loosen/tighten hose clamps
►WD-40 or oil: to lubricate the insides of the hoses to fit onto the fittings and intake manifold
►Sharp scissors or blade: to trim hoses to size
Any questions, please post.