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Old 09-23-2008, 07:22 PM   #4
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... and so another item goes onto the list of mods i need to complete
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... and so another item goes onto the list of mods i need to complete

Yeah, it's tough and the wallet cannot keep up with it!
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Old 09-23-2008, 07:50 PM   #7
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Yeah, I may do the rear diff mod instead. Hey what happened to your winch thread at TN?
I guess one of the mods deleted it. Which is a shame because I was quite serious. TN is getting a little bit to "controlled" by the mods.
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Old 09-23-2008, 07:57 PM   #10
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What the hell. I just looked on pg. 2 and didn't see it. I'm glad its still alive, even thought its a completely different thread from what I expected hahah.
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Yeah, it's tough and the wallet cannot keep up with it!

Tell me about it
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If you do the fuel line, remember to include a good length of service loop so that the suspension can travel without the line being taught.

Like maybe 10 inch coil or slack.

I'd add the clear in-line fuel filter, just to see if any dirt/dust gets trapped. They're like $2 and to me, seem to truly allow it to breath freely.
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I made a thread up for the same thing for the FJ's, just make sure to do "ALL" your breathers, front and rear, tranny, transfer case and a E-Locker if you have one. Here is a link of the "How To" I made, it will give you an idea of how I did it using fuel line and a filter.

http://www.fjcruiserforums.com/forum...her-tubes.html

I hope this also helps

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I made a thread up for the same thing for the FJ's, just make sure to do "ALL" your breathers, front and rear tranny, transfer case and a E-Locker if you have one. Here is a link of the "How To" I made, it will give you an idea of how I did it using fuel line and a filter.

http://www.fjcruiserforums.com/forum...her-tubes.html

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Thanks Mike! I didn't even know the e-locker HAD a breather! Damn! Now I need to crawl under the truck again to look! I was just under there last night lubing up after the oil change.
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Thanks Guys, if you have any problems, just PM me. I'll help as much as I can.

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yeah, I learned that a little while ago myself when I "thought" the two under the hood where for front diff and t-case/tranny. I was wrong. You would think Toyota would have made the locker actuator breather like the rear diff one instead of running a line all the way up front. Anyhow, time to do some relocating of the two.
I guess I just need to spend some quality time under my truck looking for any and ALL breathers to relocate! LMAO

I suppose my 3yr old will have fun. She was crawling under last night while I was greasing the DS.
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Ok I just went and bought the creeper breather I'll upload pics when I install later today
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