Hey Tim, you said that you had that part number for that brass fitting,..Thanks!....
It's not NPT it's BSP and why go through all the trouble of having to tap it to NPT? And if you can't figure out how to undo a dif breather with out needing to read a write up on it then you have more problems then there is help.If I remember right its an NPT fitting I think I have my around here somewhere.
Here is two write ups on one using actual parts and a NPT fitting!
"I did the rear differential first, finally deciding to go with the 1/8"
NPT tap and use standard 1/8" fittings."
nice submarineIt's not NPT it's BSP and why go through all the trouble of having to tap it to NPT? And if you can't figure out how to undo a dif breather with out needing to read a write up on it then you have more problems then there is help.
And anyone who sticks the breather into there gas door is still looking for trouble in this state. May not get you today but at some point you will find deep water.
see how deep it is and that's coming out of the hole.
Fuel line, routed along my brake line, and then up to the gas filler neck. I'm thinking of ditching it and going with the Creeper Breather though for a cleaner look and because I've been darn close to my gas filler neck a time or two when backing down into fishing holesHaha Thanks alot guys!..I'm go pick one up!...
Gator, Are you running fuel line or the coiled up air hose line?...
interesting. Good to know. there was a thread on the trailgear (or was it Pirate??) forum where people expressed the concern and it was said that there was an inch of surface between the fitting and the bellows. I believe ya though.I hate creeper breathers and what ever anyone else sells them under. I had one fall right off going though deep water which filled my rear axle with water and caused me to have to do a complete rebuild and twice I had them just have way to much built up pressure and blow off. Just run it to the inside of your cab and call it good.