Anybody thats on here know how to clear/clean the crankcase vent or should i wait till moparman gets back on here since hes a never ending book of knowledge
That exactly what I built mine for I do a lot of off-road operation skidding trees and hauling firewood. So The pipe is routed from the stock breather outlet up and over the engine and drop down behind the starter. This point the end of the tube at its highest point as the noise of the truck is headed down hill. This keeps the oil in the crankcase better than just the stock breather or extending straight down. Like a snowmobile you could roll my truck upside down it would never leak...:hahaMoparMan, I see you used pvc pipe. I assume that it isn't free floating, so where and how did you connect it to the engine? I work in the natural gas field, and go up and down a lot of steep well roads, and oil loss is a problem.
Yes its PVC I've made several for others and this is the completed kit and what it looks like...Have not done mine yet but moparmans idea seems real good.... That man is that man.... Yeah i was wondering if that was pvc and if so how did u get that to work on ur truck
You mean like this one...another question on this i looked at the crank case vent today its got that candy cane shaped hose comin off and it looks nasty can i pull that off clean it up and extend it so it goes farther down and is there anyway to empty the case its comin out of
Unless you like running without oil in the engine...:bang:is there anyway to empty the case its comin out of
Here is some of my older pics when I was first designing it...thanks that answers it alot i dont do a lot of major grades of hills like you cuz well i live in nebraska so its flat but i do drive alot of cornfields with my job so i can get into some steep washouts so ill prolly do it your way how did you clear the radiator hose thats right above