Originally Posted by carlosburitica
i do a lot of water crossing with my kk, specially wile hunting
i extended the reat diff breather to the top of the gas house as someone else already said.
i found the transfer, trans and front diff breather are hi enough, never had any water at all in any of them, but did on the rear. one thing that i found is that the front brakes tend to get stock after they get wet when they are hot, use a caliper or brake cleaner just to make sure. don't forget that i cross mostly muddy water.
water in the exhaust is not a problem if you were driving the car after you passed the water. water either evaporates of comes out with the exhaust fumes
I Checked My KK Ystday with my mechanic , No problems at all ,
at 2 Feet of Water No Diffs or Exhaust will Be Immersed , we measured it might take like 2.2 Feet to Immerse The Rear Diff ,
That Feels Good , ill be Doing more " Diving "
with My KK ^_^