I removed my OE breather, put a brass fitting in that axle then ran some Vacuum tubing up toward the Gas filler area. I put a small old school fuel filter inline to keep things clean and then took the OE breather and took the spring/flapper out and put the metal hat back on and drilled a hole near the gas cap. so my vent location is behind my gas door and looks like a OEM install. the filter is hidden behind that plastic cover in the wheel well too. I'm suprised it turned out so nice. This way the axle can suck in air, and let air out. always in a neutral pressure situation.
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