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Old 04-15-2014, 09:53 AM   #11801
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Went to the pit with a buddy to play a bit. Ended up both stuck in the mud as we were leaving. He got unstuck but ripped off his valance and flog lights in the process Only got a couple shots of my truck making a new climb
Did u make it over the hill?!?!?
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Old 04-15-2014, 09:58 AM   #11802
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Yeah it's definitely worth it over buying a full K&N system
Alright sweet I appreciate it, I'll have to do then. Was it hard to get the 3" to fit where the factory "snorkel" goes out by the fender?
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Old 04-15-2014, 10:00 AM   #11803
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Alright sweet I appreciate it, I'll have to do then. Was it hard to get the 3" to fit where the factory "snorkel" goes out by the fender?
No it slipped right in the hole
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No it slipped right in the hole
Awesome I'll have to do that then man, thanks
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No it slipped right in the hole
Did you hve to cut anything at all?
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No it slipped right in the hole
Hey browning, do you know of autozone or advanced auto sells the rubber couplings to connect the PVC to the factory airbox? And what should I use to secure it?
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Hey browning, do you know of autozone or advanced auto sells the rubber couplings to connect the PVC to the factory airbox? And what should I use to secure it?
I got mine at Lowe's for about $4.00.
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I got mine at Lowe's for about $4.00.
PVC or rubber coupling?
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Did you hve to cut anything at all?
Nothing, the piece of tubing was 6" long it fit perfect
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Hey browning, do you know of autozone or advanced auto sells the rubber couplings to connect the PVC to the factory airbox? And what should I use to secure it?
I used a Spectre 3" rubber intake boot. It came with hose clamps which I used to secure it. I like how this actually looks like a truck part and not construction scrap
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PVC or rubber coupling?
Rubber.
I turned the clamps and adjusted the coupler so that it didn't look like "construction crap", lol.
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