**see-through (plexiglass) catch can** Photos and writeup courtesy Captainofiron
Purchase the following parts:
(the following can be purchased at home depot or lowes) (2) 1/4 NPT to 1/2 hose brass fitting, (1) 1/4 NPT to 3/8 hose brass fitting, (1) 1/4 NPT male coupler, (1) 1/4 NPT brass t block, (1) Air compressor mini air filter (plexiglass so you can see the accumulated oil)
(the following must be purchased at a auto parts store) (1) air breather with 3/8 hose connection on bottom
1. Remove your old Crankcase Ventilation line going from the Valve cover to the air box.
2. Assemble the parts as shown in the picture make sure to use either a thread sealer or teflon tape, and make sure to not over tighten the fittings.
3. Place the part where you want it and measure the hose lengths on both sides and cut the hoses and plastic pipe. 4. Attach hoses to part and connect to Valve Cover and Air box, use hose clamps where necessary. 5. Check for looseness by shaking the hoses to see if any part of the hose gets loose. 6. Also make sure the plexiglass bowl does not rub or vibrate against any other part it may rupture. 7. Turn on your engine and check for leaks.
8. When the filter becomes full, simply unscrew the plexiglass bowl and pour the ejected oil back into the engine.
For starters, I made this flag mount for my front hitch receiver so I can take the jeep out to the dunes. It was just a short piece of 2"x 2" square metal tubing that I milled the hitch pin hole and a larger hole on top for the flag to slide through, and a smaller hole on bottom for the flag threads to slide through. The bolt for the flag threads on under the mount from there. The metal tubing cost me less than $5.
I wanted a clean way to mount the flag without drilling holes into anything so when the flag isn't mounted, it still looks good.
My second thing here I would consider cheap for what it is. I made a false floor for the cargo area since I refuse to part with my subs. It has a drawer in the front with a cubby hole next to it that has a lid/cover on hinges. Behind the drawer is an open area where I put the subs big amp, and has a cover for that as well. It also has just an open area behind the cubby hole with a lid so store some random things that wont fit else where.
I did get the carpet for free but other than that it cost me just under $60.