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Old 03-08-2010, 08:50 AM   #1
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differential relocation

so if we are relocating are rear differential breather why are we not relocating the front differential breather?????
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It's already relocated in the engine bay. You can relocate it further upwards.

When I had my 96 tacoma....I connected my rear diff to a 3/8" (od) hose the whole way up to the engine bay and I "T'd" in the front diff on the same hose. The end of it was located right behind the clutch fluid resevoir.
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thanks guys great info just thought id ask while i was ordering parts to relocate today!!!!
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