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Old 02-16-2013, 07:04 PM
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It is just a Gear Box Breather for industrial applications. It can be removed and the hole plugged with a standard 1" threaded plug. A gooseneck like Cobbler Dave has would do the same thing. The main thing is to have a route for moisture to escape. As far as heat escaping from the apex of the dome is conserned. I haven't felt any heat escaping from that hole since the "heat bead" curing. I have cleared the dome several times including this evening. I still have not attached the breather but my dome is under a cover. I plan to install it when I complete the splitbrick on the dome.
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Old 02-16-2013, 08:24 PM
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Thanks Dave and Gulf

Dave

I lived in Brisbane for about 3.5 years back in the 90's so i know what you mean by rain and by god over the last 3 years you guys have had more than your share.

Gulf thanks for the link.

I like the idea of the vent option living in Melbourne as Dave would be aware we can have four seasons in a single day. but we dont have the extreme low temperatures that other countries have eg. snow in winter.

I think it is important so i will plan to do simialr when i get to that point with the vent.

Thanks again always appreciated.
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