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Extended Breathers/DIY

Discussion in 'Common Faults and Questions' started by S368 VOP, Jan 5, 2007.

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  1. S368 VOP

    S368 VOP Active Member

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    These are the bits you should need

    CDPL06G01 6mm > 1/8" bspp (90 swivel elbow) £1.14ea x3
    CDPU06 6mm (straight coupler) £1.07ea x1
    CDPUT06 6mm (T) £1.65ea x2
    PNFM6/4BK 6mm nylon tube (30m) £17.86

    (the part no's are CDG pnumatics and prices from cotswold hydraulics)

    Welcome to Cotswold Engineering Supplies

    all the prices are plus VAT

    (To make it even cheaper put the T in place of the coupler on the gearbox line (see pics) and connect the transfer box to it)



    These are pics of my breathers using the same make parts as above (only i've used manifold and got one on the timing cover)

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  2. Dave 2000

    Dave 2000 Active Member

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    Did the same with the breather/manifold kit from WIZARD on ebay. I took the final line up inside the safari snorkel along with a line from the fuel tank as I had a mile of pipe left over.

    The pipes exit just under the snorkel intake, this way in the event of a problem fuel and or oil is not drawn into the intake.

    regards

    Dave
     
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