3. 4'-0" long x 1 1/2" Flex Pipe each side.
a. Right pipe around upper frame and inside side panel and through fender flare near shock mount.
b. Left pipe around upper frame and below gas shut off and through inside fender flare below storage box.
4. Fender Mount each side: (2) 4x6 1/4 flange plates with 4-1/4" diameter SS bolts with lock nuts and with 1.5" sleeve and coupler top and bottom. Fender mounts located on flat part of fender.
5. 1.5" vertical pipe with 45 degree bends and with 180 degree hook right and left side.
6. Glue and Clamps connections as requied.
I have never built a snorkel before so if there is anything on this list a don't need or forgot, Please Help?
Well I scrapped all that crap...I used a 2" coupler into the box, 2" flex hose, with 45, cut a 2" dia x 3" lg hole in the cover plate, and extended the a 2" pipe over the gas tank and added a 90, painted it black and I was done in just a few hours.
It runs great...the new snorkel will give me 8-10" of added height over the stock snorkel.
John... the angle of the picture makes it appear over the gas tank cap...in reality it stops short of it...the gas cap easily comes off..and fill up is tight but not difficult.
Railroader...I'm still new at ATV...having alot of fun practicing water wheeles right now...their a blast...but water wheelies only takes a few feet of water to get the front end up, I just hope I don't end up deeper than my seat, or flat on my back....biggest problem I'm having now is trying to steer when riding a wheelie...sometime the bike just spins around and around, or sometime I just slam into the embakement on either side.
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