I realized I was using a front mount Raspberry Pi which put's the bowden adapter at the correct height for me and not everyone has stuff hanging off the front like I do. For a quick solution I just made a 2.5mm spacer that you'll need to print if you don't have anything mounted to the front of your printer using the top screws.
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I had been using the original thing for a while on my v2 when I encountered a broken bowden clip for the first time. Thanks for changing things up, Monoprice. Anyway, while fixing that and printing bowden adapters I had a random thought it would be cool to have a bowden clip on the filament input to use with a section of tube for a filament guide. So here you go, enjoy.
The best way to get your filament initially threaded is to slide it through your section of bowden tube first then load the filament like usual. Once you've got the filament all the way in, slide the section of bowden tube up and lock it in.
I used Tinkercad to modify the original thing and Cura to slice it.