I actually have no idea. I’ll crack open the one on my 40 and see.Looks great! It seems odd that the rotor physically touches the cap contact. The only time I have seen that, the cap ended up in pieces. Does DUI run a special cap and rotor setup where contact is expected/engineered to happen?
Yep lots of people do it this way and I did in the days of my Jeeps, but heck if you have the kit, why not.I've seen how dust can collect on stock breather vents until they clog. Then one hot day you go through a cold stream and shock cool the diff and it blows the seal. I just run the tubes up into the engine bay and cap them with a fuel filter, but it doesn't look nearly as sano.
I honestly don't even know how it works now. I've worked on many different cars over the years but all the bigger jobs were on cars that didn't have all these smog controls. I just got the air rail removed, it was easy until I got to the last port closest to the firewall. It was challenging working in that little space behind the heater port and engine hook. I will put off cracking open a beer until I get the idler pulley installed.How will you trigger the carb fan? Can’t see that it would hurt.
Isn’t your truck still a manual transmission? That should be pretty good deterrent right there