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It's not what most of you would classify as a snorkel but here is my idea. I already drilled two 2" holes in my fenders for my last snorkel but I had toomany problems because it didn't plan it out. So i filled those holes with home made cupholder and went a different direction.

I have always had problems with my stock intake getting water in it, or not staying put. I always had to remove it so I'm sure I messed it up alot. I went ahead ans followed the same basic design of the stock snorkel but it sit a few inches higher. It worked great and I dont need to re-jet.

I made it out of 1-1/2" PVC pipe with one 4ft piece(cut up), (2) 22.5 degree angle pieces, and one 90 degree piece. Tape, zip ties, vent line extension, and sealent. All for about $15.00.
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Removed the stock airbox....
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Mocked up the pieces and sealed. Why did I use Camo Duct Tape????? Because it's Camo and it's Duct Tape. What the **** is better than that?
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And the final product with the extended vent lines for the rear diff and the carb....
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