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Icon2 Pic request. BL, AC relocation bracket

Can somone post the BL relocation bracket for the AC hose please? I need to see what it looks like.
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im telling ya man just yank on that thing its stiff enough to stay where you want it unless yours is different than mine??
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You just need to pull it out of the way... it will bend slightly and stay put.
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I bought a kit brand new and don't remember a bracket. The instructs may have stated to look and do what the others described.
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I have a manual remember. Most ervyone has an auto... NAPA said the hoses are the same, but i think they are in different places slightly
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if you lay in front of the paswsenger front tire you can see the olt that holds nothing, its a pita but you can get it
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I don't think theres a bracket, I think people just bend it out of the way.
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well i got it done. everything works ac is ice co,ld. the hose is different. they had to take the compressor off to put the hose in. anyways all is good guys. its ziptied outa the way i think. it has plenty of room.
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There is a bracket cause the shop that did mine didnt use it and the fan belt cut a hole in the ac line. In the pa kit it has it in capital letters to not forget the bracket. Heres a link to a pic. Sign In to Drive Purple - Drive Purple

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I don't remember seeing a bracket in my PA kit?
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Ya me either and Almost forgot to move it but caught it soon enough thanks to the burning rubber smell lol
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