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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-12-2001, 01:14 PM
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well I am just about to put a snorkel on my rig with PVC a hole saw and the stock filter tubin! I can not wait cause I have talked to guys who do this and they say it is not only insurance but a type of ram air as well! Oh yah costs were 20 bucks total of course!

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If you're near a boating store they have some real nice thick sewer drain hose that has an id of 2". That stuff is like 1/4~1/8 thick! Seems like it would work great for the bends and stuff.. Pix are always nice!

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