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Gore Gearbox Vents

Gore Gearbox Vents

Gore Gearbox Vents

Is anybody familiar with any vehicles that utilize the Gore AVS 41 vent cap on their drivetrain components? I don't know of any distributors but if I can identify a vehicle with that system I can walk in to a dealership and buy them. I only need 12. I would prefer models available in the US.


RE: Gore Gearbox Vents

Their website is mighty weak on "where to buy."

Direct contact or e-mail may be in order.

RE: Gore Gearbox Vents

There may be some on very late model Dodge/Jeep transmissions and tcases. If you just walk into one of their dealerships their parts guys might be able to look something up for you, depending on how knowledgeable they are... worth a shot anyway.

Alternately you could just contact Gore directly. They're quite friendly in my experience.

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