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hey everyone i got some ???s about snorkeling my foreman, so far ive snorkeled the f and r brakes, f and r differential, fan, crankcase, and carb, also the airbox, one question i have is, do i have to put a screw in the carb drain vent when i go in deep water??, on my drain vent i blew in it and inside of it there something that allows gas-water out of it, but when you blow in it something catches and makes it so water cant get in, so y does everyone always vent it?? or y do you put a screw or gulf t in it??? i dont see how water gets in it?? also what is a good way to seal up your battery and spark plug from getting wet?? and is there anything else i should snorkel or seal up besides the things i mentioned?? also i put dual snorkels on my foreman too, one for the vents, and one for the airbox, my wheeler should be done by this weekend any help is appreciated.... thanks wesley
 

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you should put some Di-Electric Grease on your plug and inside the boot. this will keep water out.
 

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QUOTE ("JoeForeman":1xtsch8y)
you should put some Di-Electric Grease on your plug and inside the boot. this will keep water out.
Definately do this, also put it in ANY electrical connection you can find. Water can still get in your drain tube some how, the best "plug" for that is the clamp bolt on the rear output shaft, perfect fit almost as if honda designed it that way... I also ran a bead of silicone around the inner lip of my airbox cover and let it dry before putting it back on to form a gasket. Seal up your pullstarter to. That should be about all that is needed.
 
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