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Old 10-05-2017, 09:18 PM
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Snorkel and falcon shock issues

I have a rugged ridge snorkel installed on my 2014 jk. I bought the teraflex 3.3 falcon adjustable shocks and they won’t fit with the snorkel. For the moment I removed the pipe from the air box to the snorkel. I would like to put a flex pipe in there. Do any of you have any recommendations for a flex hose that would work on the snorkel but would also withstand the heat from the exhaust manifold? It is 3” hose and I need roughly 36” long.

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Bump on an old thread. Have you found a good working solution? I wanted to install the RR snorkel kit which a had laying around for a few years now, but obviously have the same interference issues with the aluminium tube.

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I have not found a working solution. If you want a working solution ditch falcons and get fox shocks for a smoother ride.
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Would something like THIS work?? It's flexible and aluminum and should take heat as it is used for the installation of pellet stoves.
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