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#1 by LezT , Sun Jun 17, 2012 7:16 pm

I have several in line fuel filters, ideal for diff breathers, £2 each plus £2 postage or two for £4 plus £2 postage



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RE: In line fuel filters

#2 by stormforce , Sun Jun 17, 2012 7:19 pm

Could you put 4 in with the lights Lez and i'll pay for the lot at the same time


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RE: In line fuel filters

#3 by LezT , Sun Jun 17, 2012 7:22 pm

Yes mate no probs, probably got around 30 in stock.



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RE: In line fuel filters

#4 by stormforce , Sun Jun 17, 2012 7:30 pm

cheers Lez


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RE: In line fuel filters

#5 by skotl , Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:33 am

Hi Lez
looking at the potential solution for diff breathers that Raj has found, these use 6mm pipes up to the manifold / splitter, then it's a 10mm pipe.

What diameter pipe would your filters fit?

Thanks
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edit: with that kit, I guess a 10mm inline filter would be best - do you agree / would you have something that suits?


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RE: In line fuel filters

#6 by Bootsie , Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:15 am

I cant find a breather on gearbox or transfer box on new shape, had a look under truck and no joy, manual doesn't show one either but it does show the two diff breathers, anyone else found one on gearbox or transfer?


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#7 by skotl , Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:17 pm

According to the Oz forum, the best way to access these two is by removing the centre tunnel cover (where the gear levers are). Apparently they breathe into the rubber sock of the gear lever


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#8 by Bootsie , Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:48 pm

Thanks Scott, will have a look at that but at the moment I am just thinking whether or not I really want to submerge the truck to the level where water gets into the sock of the gear lever which is above the level of the ECU in the passenger kick panel, think that is a bit beyond a 'day of fun' for me. lol.


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RE: In line fuel filters

#9 by Deleted User , Thu Jun 21, 2012 3:06 pm

Breathers on the manual gearbox and transferbox are shown below where the 2 blck pipes are coming out



RE: In line fuel filters

#10 by skotl , Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:50 pm

Posted by: Manraj aus RE: In line fuel filters
Breathers on the manual gearbox and transferbox are shown below where the 2 blck pipes are coming out


That pic's taken from inside the cab, right, Raj?


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RE: In line fuel filters

#11 by skotl , Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:53 pm

Posted by: Bootsie aus RE: In line fuel filters
Thanks Scott, will have a look at that but at the moment I am just thinking whether or not I really want to submerge the truck to the level where water gets into the sock of the gear lever which is above the level of the ECU in the passenger kick panel, think that is a bit beyond a 'day of fun' for me. lol.


That's an excellent point, Brian. I was actually thinking that last night; looking at my avatar pic and it's clear the diffs were under water and was trying to figure put whether the boxes would be under water too. In fact, the truck would have to be submerged up to the height of the transmission tunnel, I reckon, to affect the boxes. Having said that, taking the trim off and attaching extension hoses probably wouldn't be that tricky.


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RE: In line fuel filters

#12 by Tam , Thu Jun 21, 2012 8:29 pm

I noticed mud inside the N/S headlight last night


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#13 by Deleted User , Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:02 pm

Posted by: skotl aus RE: In line fuel filters
Posted by: Manraj aus RE: In line fuel filters
Breathers on the manual gearbox and transferbox are shown below where the 2 blck pipes are coming out


That pic's taken from inside the cab, right, Raj?



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RE: In line fuel filters

#14 by krutly , Fri Jun 22, 2012 2:55 pm

Quote: Manraj wrote in post #13


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why is there a blue bit ?


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RE: In line fuel filters

#15 by skotl , Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:58 pm

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