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Old 02-24-2011, 11:49 AM   #1
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AEV Snorkles and Bushwacker Flares - Issues?

OK I'm going to try and get my Hi Lift Jack and AEV Snorkel installed this weekend, if I can get it into the shop after their current project. I have two questions -

1) has anyone installed an AEV snorkle to a Jeep with Bushwacker Flat Fenders - I had read they fender needs to be relieved to clear the intake tube, but I am hoping they mean in regard to the pocket flares, not the flat fenders. I'd rather ask right up front before breaking the seal on the box it shipped in, if the snorkel isn't going to fit.

2) Bought a Hi Lift Extreme - pro's and cons of mounting locations? Frankly, it is too good looking to NOT be seen. I was told a hood mount works, as does a modified rear bumper mount. Both allow locking.

Is either location in your opinion better or worse? noisy?

Just looking for a few thoughts -

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