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Mantec Snorkel Installed

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Disco2Guy

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Too late for Death Valley, but in time for the Mojave Road :D

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How do these attach to the filter box?

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The mod retains the stock setup inside the engine bay. The fender inlet piece has studs (with the plastic nuts) which are removed and the snorkel attaches with new bolts on the other side of the firewall. The lower hole needed to be re-drilled for better alignment. There's a flex hose in between the firewall pipe and the main pipe and then the cap on top. Along with the supplied instructions, there's a write-up in DWeb's Tech Section that I followed. It was a pretty straight forward job.

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Looks good B!! Looking forward to checking it out and hearing the stories of install.

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