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Offline muskrat

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Re: Breather pipe
« Reply #15 on: 27.05. 2019 10:30 »
G'day fellas.
I opened up the hole and tapped it 1/4bsp ans screwed a hose barb in. 3/8"id hose from that.
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Offline Peter Gee

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Re: Breather pipe
« Reply #16 on: 12.07. 2019 22:41 »
The hole would seem to be 5/16 ...for which imperial/BSP copper pipe, maybe slightly rubbed down and chamfered at the fitting end, should do with a very small amount of JB Weld or other "steel" epoxy to seal the "push in"

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Re: Breather pipe
« Reply #17 on: 12.07. 2019 23:04 »
I use a short length of copper pipe pushed in with a light coating of Threebond sealant. Finish it with a suitable length of flexible tube. The position and angle of drilling of the breather outlet makes it difficult to get anything in it on a swinging arm bike without removing the primary chaincase.

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Re: Breather pipe
« Reply #18 on: 13.07. 2019 21:58 »

 
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........[ The position and angle of drilling of the breather outlet makes it difficult to get anything in it on a swinging arm bike without removing the primary chaincase./quote]

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