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Old 03-19-2016, 06:27 PM
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Axle install help! Breathers and shafts...

So in a project that is taking longer than anticipated (as always) I've run into an issue:

I Was told I'd need breather lines, but it doesn't look to me like there's any spot for them. Guessing I need to drill (11/32") and tap (bsp 1/8") Is my assumption correct? Should I have paid someone else to do this lol?

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Edit: Only 1 issue, I managed to get the shafts out.

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The factory breather is on the passenger side axle tube . So, I would contact G2 and ask them what their set up is for venting.

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What is that metal swing cover on top?
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What is that metal swing cover on top?
I was thinking that would be for the plunger for the Rubi locker application. It does have a sensor on the other side.
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Old 03-20-2016, 01:44 AM
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Yeah I started taking that thing off and it seemed like something much different than a breather line.

When I ordered it like I said it seemed like you were on your own for breather lines. A fellow Jeeper who knows what he's doing said I needed to drill and tap the tube, so I did that and put the factory line in.
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