Mr Gasket 2054 Details
Push-On Style Breather
This chrome plated breather cap is ideal for race car vacuum balance systems, as well as OEM applications with positive crankcase ventilation. The breather features a 1'' O.D. neck and a 5/8'' O.D. breather tube, and an integral metal baffle/foam element combination. It fits all factory and aftermarket valve covers with a 1-1/4'' diameter hole. Grommet included.
Chrome-plated breathers feature metal baffle/foam elements, either with or without a PCV hookup tube. There's even a model to replace your PCV valve. Fits 1-1/4" hole except as noted. Grommet included.
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Where do you hook the 5/8" breather tube to ?
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