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oh you are talking about the vent hoses. Read carefully.

3 hoses present

1 goes to the pump housing

1 goes to the motor housing

1 goes up into a space under the body that a filter goes into

They all connect together with a Tee.

Note. I would very highly recommend running a 1/8 drill bit through the holes on the compressor BY HAND. just to clean any oxidation out of the fittings, be careful when you are removing and installing the hoses you dont snap them off.

I hope this helps. I will post a few pics to help more

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There you go, hope it helps. The last one shows the filter, you can use 1/4" hose and get a 1/4" tee. Not bad to do

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absolutely. I would love to see a few pics of your 96. The 96 is my all time favorite year. I love my 96. Take a few minutes and read the review that I wrote and have updated in the reviews section

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