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J Henkle

04-19-2008 20:13:45

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I need to do something till I can redo my 226ci. Has anyone installed a down tube/pipe out of the valve cover. A sealing oil fill cap would be needed as well.

Is there a kit or something out there. At least it would keep the motor clean.

Looking for suggestions?

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04-20-2008 08:21:06

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 Re: Blow By in reply to J Henkle, 04-19-2008 20:13:45  
Hose from valve cover to air cleaner inlet, suck it back through and burn it, leave the breather oil fill to let in fresh air, helps keep crankcase negative pressure so no pressure on seals and gaskets.

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Texas Denny

04-20-2008 06:31:36

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 Re: Blow By in reply to J Henkle, 04-19-2008 20:13:45  
I once owned a Massey Harris 44 that the previous owner hooked a rubber hose on the breather and routed it down below the frame. I didn't have the tractor long but the engine stayed clean. Never saw much come out of that hose but I suspect that was why he installed it. The black hose looked fine, too. Only the more knowledgeable would have realized that the hose was out of place.

Your local auto store should sell bulk hose in different ID. You will probably need either 1" or 1 1/4" ID.

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