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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 08-01-2018, 02:00 PM
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Interesting. I wonder where that stock hose runs? Back to a tank vent?

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Interesting. I wonder where that stock hose runs? Back to a tank vent?
I believe the top of the rear diff. I will double check.

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Just finished my DIY version of the canister filter bypass.

The video from @Brucey made this an "easy-peasy" process for me.

Total cost: $33.79.

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I believe the top of the rear diff. I will double check.
This is correct, it goes to a filter that is situated right above the rear diff.
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Just finished my DIY version of the canister filter bypass.

The video from @Brucey made this an "easy-peasy" process for me.

Total cost: $33.79.
Literally half the cost.

Did you buy locally or did you find a cheaper source online?
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I purchased the K&N 62-130 vent filter on Amazon.

The heater hose and elbow were bought at the local Pep Boys.

The rubber insulated cable clamp and the hose clamps were bought at my local Home Depot.

Please be aware that I purchased the 1" version of the rubber insulated cable clamp because the 3/4" version would have been too small.
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I purchased the K&N 62-130 vent filter on Amazon.

The heater hose and elbow were bought at the local Pep Boys.

The rubber insulated cable clamp and the hose clamps were bought at my local Home Depot.

Please be aware that I purchased the 1" version of the rubber insulated cable clamp because the 3/4" version would have been too small.
Glad I could help! Thanks for helping source all the parts too.

Except for the K&N Filter I'm sure I could find everything and for less at the local hardware/auto store.

Having to buy such large quantities online made it harder to source for less.
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Thanks for all the info! Was just about to order theirs. As for the plug, what are you all using?
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Anyone use one of these kits?
I’m kind of liking the ARB kit and I feel I should do something as water crossings are a fact of life in S.Florida.

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https://www.amazon.com/ARB-170112-Differential-Breather-Kit/dp/B00QBQYNF0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1549036637&sr=8-1&keywords=arb+breather+kit

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https://www.amazon.com/Trail-Gear-Creeper-Breather-Differential-Kit/dp/B008OLPUJS/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1549036637&sr=8-5&keywords=arb+breather+kit

2019 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited Crystal White Pearl w/ Slate Black leather interior, 5% tints all around, yellow Lamin-X fog light film, Diode Dynamics Cool White ledís throughout cabin. JDM storage tray.
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Was anyone able to source the plug for this diy project? I was thinking of just using silicone and a plastic bag over the end haha!
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Was anyone able to source the plug for this diy project? I was thinking of just using silicone and a plastic bag over the end haha!
I think that would work just fine since that tube is no longer used. Honestly even a plastic bag and zip tie would probably be fine.

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