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    Breather tubes

    What are you all using to extend your breather tubes after lifting? Also, where are you all running them to?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pthorpe84 View Post
    What are you all using to extend your breather tubes after lifting? Also, where are you all running them to?


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    We use fuel line or oil rated line for the diffs. We highly suggest replacing all the line and not using extensions. They can break and ruin a trip. What other breathers are you extending?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    We use fuel line or oil rated line for the diffs. We highly suggest replacing all the line and not using extensions. They can break and ruin a trip. What other breathers are you extending?

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    Just the axle tubes. At full droop they disconnect.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pthorpe84 View Post
    Just the axle tubes. At full droop they disconnect.


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    When you go to your automotive store, ask to go back and look at the tubing. Some fuel line is more flexible that the vacuum line. In your case, try to match up what you have and fuel line is most likely going to be it. Don't buy the end of the roll.

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    Thanks good sir!


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    Breather tubes

    10 feet of 5/16th fuel line and 2 small hose clamps.

    Ran the front up under the hood next to the cowl and the rear into the taillight cavity.
    Last edited by SSinGA; 04-01-2018 at 05:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSinGA View Post
    10 feet of 5/16th fuel line and 2 small hose clamps.

    Ran the front up under the hood next to the cowl and the rear into the taillight cavity.
    You are the man. Thank you


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