Hey all, I am beginning my breather extension project. This process is borrowed from a local overland group member given the simplicity and low cost. This is based around a simple pencil air manifold off of Amazon. This is basically the heart of the ARB breather manifold but with the ability to run all 4 breather lines to it in different configurations. For a filter, I have chosen to use sintered bronze breather vents, and I will use three of these on the three single ports, one either end and on the opposite side of the four ports. These will be higher than the intake and nearly to the firewall. Once the bracket to hold this manifold is fabricated and in place, I will run rubber fuel lines from both diffs, tcase, and transmission to the manifold. I plan to attach these to the manifold using the push to connect fittings like the ARB does. I like how clean they are, and the fact that it's one part versus a threaded bung and hose clamp. I will need to double-check the ID of the stock breather lines to be certain I have the correct fuel line and fittings, but I believe 5/16th is the correct one for the WJ. I'll know more once I get out the caliper and pull the line to check. I believe 25ft of line is needed. I will post pictures as I get the bracket built and lines ran. So far with the vents and manifold, I have spent maybe $21. Fuel line, fittings, and some hose clamps will probably run me close to $30. Not bad considering an ARB kit goes for about $75 and it should be better quality.