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Axle vent hose ends

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Scottsdale, Nov 7, 2000.

  1. Scottsdale

    Scottsdale Registered Member

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    On my 82 I have tubes running off of both axles and a little vent at the end of it. Does anyone know where to get these?

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    You could just get some crankcase filters
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    Hey BlazerGuy, are those K&N's? If yes, what's the part #? Thanks!

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    Summit sells them I just got one for my air compressor.The best thing to do with your axles vents is to run some air hose from them up into your engine compartment them put a inline fuel filter on the end.Route the lines away from the exhaust and use hose clamps to keep it water tight.I ran my trans,t-case and rear axle all together by tying them together with a T and brass barbed nipples.The K&N filters are kind of pricey compared to a cheap inline filter.Brady

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