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View that page for details!!! One of the most important modifications to your Land Rover if your ever going to take it for a swim is to extend your Axles, Gearbox and transfer case breathers to a "higher" location than the factory position.
The Discovery 2's recommended wading depth is 20 inches, Obviously a Snorkel is the most important add-on if you wish to go deep wading, but its just as important to do the breathers to and better to be safe than sorry. The 4th breather for the rear axle is the odd one out, it does not come forward to the engine bay and it is only raised up under the rear left wheel arch and is the most likely one to be submerged if you waded deeper than 20 inches.
Wading kits are available from many 4x4 sites and even on Ebay, but I chose to make my own to my preferences rather than a pre-made kit. The first obvious parts you will need is some Nylon Tubing.
The standard breather tubing on the Land Rover is 6mm outside ,4mm inside diameter semi-flexible nylon tubing. There are many places to by this tubing in predetermined lengths, I chose to buy a roll of 30m in black for a very good price!!
Although the tubing "is" semi flexible, it does not like tight turns in any direction, and because you will have 4 breather all at the same location, I looked for a way to join them together, so I bought some push fit pneumatic connections to help me complete this.
This I thought would be more than enough for me to route the tubing exactly where and how a wanted it. Below is my roll of tube and you can see a few of the push-fit connectors as well So to start with I decide to tackle the rear axle breather first, and get that up into the engine bay position.
I originally was going to use some of the connectors I had got to route the tube in the different directions it takes up to the engine bay, how ever I decided in the end it was flexible enough and a better idea to have one long run of tube. The tube exits the axle and is tie-wrapped to the suspension arm as per the "original" factory breather, then runs along the chassis up to the engine bay.
Make sure you leave some " slack" in the pipe to allow it to stay connected when the axle articulates if you go offroading, the easiest way it to "loop" it up into the rear left wheel arch just like the original one. If you take a good look at the factory breather before you rip it out, you will see what's best and how its routed.
Once the tube for the new rear breather was up to the engine bay, I tie- wrapped it to the front axle breather like below Now I could join the rear axle breather to the front axle breather that is already at the rear left bulkhead in the engine bay.
I cut some of the length off the front axle breather as it was not needed and so I could make it look neater. Now onto the transfer case and Gearbox breathers.
These are located at the back of the engine to the right hanside and are just "hooked" over the fuel pipes from the factory, its a bit poor really as they were chaffing on allsorts of other bits. To see them clearly just remove the engine plastic cover and you will see them tangled in there.
They are actually clipped together, this made it easier to modify the routing off them. I had already cut of the loops form the end previous to doing the job, so I have no picture of that, but in the pictures below you will see enough for you to know what's going on. As I stated earlier, instead of having 4 tubes at a high level I decide to join them together so i only had 2 to route up the "A" pillars, 1 each side Below you can see that they already run together, so it was easy enough to cut them level with each other and then fit a push fit "y" connector Another length of tube was then added long enough to reach up the A pillar to the top of the windscreen trim, on the drivers side its simply pushed behind the master cylinder and is held firmly there by the firewall insulation.
It then goes through the heated windscreen wire grommet on each side and up the "A" pillar. Here is the passenger side again with the new tube added to go up the A pillar And through the heated windscreen grommet, the same on both sides.
Make sure its routed away form the bonnet hinges I also tie-wrapped it to the wiring here to hold it in position. No we have 2 tubes 1 each side ready to go up the A pillar.Superfast heroes rely on good footing and would probably need a lot of space to do things like turns.
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