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Old August 10th, 2013, 09:55 PM
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Landy Lubber Breather Kits

Hi All,
We are now carrying Landy Lubber breather kits. Cool stuff that is reasonably priced.


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http://www.urbanlandcruisers.com/pro.../landy-lubber/

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Old August 11th, 2013, 12:56 AM
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Hi All,
We are now carrying Landy Lubber breather kits. Cool stuff that is reasonably priced.

Check them out:

http://www.urbanlandcruisers.com/pro.../landy-lubber/

10% for Defender Source folks

Thanks!
I tried forever to be a vendor for them but they didn't seem to care about US sales. Glad you finally got their stuff and are selling it. Good breather kits.
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Old August 11th, 2013, 08:13 AM
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Thanks....they are good folks but a bit tough to get with. Our UK location is pretty local to them and that might have helped seal the deal.

These really are the best breather kits I have seen. I made our own kits for years until I realized we lost money on every set up we sold
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So do these kits just extend the 4 stock breather pipes or does this kit replace them entirely?
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Old August 11th, 2013, 10:36 AM
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I have installed one of these kits and they are fantastic!! Very easy to to run the extended vent up the snorkel as it is just the one in lieu of a big wad of them.
Congrats on getting them!!
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Old August 11th, 2013, 04:09 PM
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Thanks for the support!


The kit extends your stock breathers to a central manifold. This is either 4 or 5 depending on your set up. All go to the manifold then the manifold sends one line as high as you can. It can go to the snorkel or to a high point under the hood.


This is a very quick upgrade that makes a real pocketbook difference down the line. Also, theses are not just for the hard core off road folks, most every truck will get water on them or up to them.
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I bought one of these from them on ebay.co.uk. They are great, but I also want to tie in my fuel tank breather. (little achilles heel right there). Any idea where I can source this one connector shown, so I can tie in the fuel tank as a 6th item?
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I bought one of these from them on ebay.co.uk. They are great, but I also want to tie in my fuel tank breather. (little achilles heel right there). Any idea where I can source this one connector shown, so I can tie in the fuel tank as a 6th item?
If you have them local to you, stores such as Tipco or Colliflower would either stock them or be able to order. I got a brass version of that from Colli.
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And so everyone realizes, the kits tie in to existing breathers, so if you want to replace the banjos at the axles you'll need more fittings from the suppliers mentioned.
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gonna pick one of these up. What do you do about your distributor...or should I just get my butt up to the tech section?
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gonna pick one of these up. What do you do about your distributor...or should I just get my butt up to the tech section?
Distributor? What's that?
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gonna pick one of these up. What do you do about your distributor...or should I just get my butt up to the tech section?

Yep got my butt up to the Tech Section and there were a couple of good posts about preventing water from getting into your dizzy so I ordered a rubber boot from Wild Hourses 4x4 part 8077. now I need to order this manifold .
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Tap, tap, tap tap.........
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Where do you mount the manifold from this kit?
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Pretty much anywhere you want. My suggestion would be on the bulkhead or either side up high. There is a mounting flange and self tapping screws included.
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Can anyone confirm that the piping for this kit is 1/4" OD? I found the extra y-unions at McMaster Carr. Part # is 5779K44 for the one that takes 1/4" nylon piping.

http://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/119/193/=oafq6w
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Anyone got pics with this kit fitted? Should one fit a K&N crankcase filter with cover on the exit end for those of us without snorkels? http://www.knfilters.com/vent.htm
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Anyone got pics with this kit fitted? Should one fit a K&N crankcase filter with cover on the exit end for those of us without snorkels? http://www.knfilters.com/vent.htm
That's a great idea. I generally use the el cheapo auto zone 5/16" in line universal fuel filters fir the same end result. You will need a step up adaptor from the tube on the LL side to the filter side.
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