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  1. nicolas-eric
    There are 2 small holes inthe battery tray (red arrows on the pic below). You have to make these holes a bit bigger. You have to route the hose through these holes to the fender.
    Itīs very easy. Play a few minutes with an angle grinder and itīs done.
  2. Jeepzcb09
    dont mean to be a pain in the ass but could you explain what you ment by making the hole in the battery mount bigger
  3. nicolas-eric
    yes you have toi install a metal bracket to the stock air box where the hose attaches.
    you have to make te hole in the battery mount bigger. pic: Jeep TJ Runicon Photos - LinPHA
  4. Jeepzcb09
    ok thanks for the info!!! What type of modifying do you have to do to the battery? And from those pics it looks like you keep your stock air box and run a hose from the snorkle into the air box, is that correct?
  5. nicolas-eric
    It took about 3-4 hours with a lot of beer..
    The manual is perfect. Everything is explained very good.
    It works fine with my 6" flares. On a friends Rubicon it also works with 6" Buschwackers.
    The only tool that you need is a 3" (i Think it was 3") driller for the hole in the fender. And you have to modify the battery mount bracket a bit.
  6. Jeepzcb09
    hey man thanks for those pics ( install of your snorkle)!! So how long did it take you? What tools are needed? Are the directions good? Are you happy with it? Will it interfere with my 6in Bushwaker flares? I know its a lot of questions but its things that will affect my perchace or not, thanks in addvance!!!

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