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I had a 96 F150 and looked for a snorkel kit and couldn't find a bolt on system any where. You will have to fab one yourself, I believe the cold air intake on your truck is at the top of the grill between the hood and the top of the rad, this should be high enough, but a welder and some pre-bent exhaust tubing or abs pipe work good for this application. Just my 2 cents wirth!

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Wouldn't you also have to make your engine compartment water tight? Electronics etc. If not I would love to do that to my 81.

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There was a guy who made one for his 89 Bronco on mybigbronco.com . He posted pics
It wasnt pretty but someone could clean up the application and he went through the hood where as i would come out the left fender.

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I have seen a few around. I saw one on a YJ and it looked like it was profesonally made for jeeps. I also saw a couple on sidekicks. They were made out of PVC. In think I might scrounge around a junk yard and see if I can fab one from some old stock snorkles out of some old trucks.
I kneed to make one soon, the mud is eating my K&N filter.

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