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Old September 20th, 2014, 07:27 PM
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Mantec nas snorkel instructions

Anyone have a set of instructions for how to put one of these things together?
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Old September 20th, 2014, 08:30 PM
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theres nothing to it. no instructions necessary. what do you need clarification on?
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Old September 20th, 2014, 09:08 PM
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I have a bag full of clamps and some tube of something. Also two rubber hoses that go in the engine compartment but I have no idea what the routing is for them... Also two adapters that change the diameter... No clue what those are about...
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Old September 22nd, 2014, 12:25 AM
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Anyone have your old set.
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Old September 22nd, 2014, 05:43 AM
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Mine was "installed" by the PO so I don't have any instructions but it's like Mark said, you really don't need any. There's only one way to route those hoses around the engine compartment.
BTW, do you know on a 97 the windshield washer tank has to come out . . . . permanently?
On mine the PO installed the portion above the fender but never connected the hoses. It looks like the tank may fit if moved forward a few inches but I haven't gotten around to trying it.
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Old September 22nd, 2014, 06:34 AM
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the air filter ports ate 3" OD and the mantec ports are 2.75" OD, hence need for adapter. sequence is air filter, hose, adapter, hose, wing pipe, short hose, long pupe up A pillar, mushroom top. metal clamps fix long pipes to A pillar. relocate washer fluid bottle as required.
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Old September 22nd, 2014, 01:09 PM
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Awesome thanks! Kinda sucks that they've decreased the diameter. And the washer tank too.
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Old March 6th, 2015, 08:17 PM
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hose route on NAS 110

Can someone tell me how they routed the hose in the engine bay...I have a NAS 110 that must be very different from the ROW and it is tight. Not sure how and where to route it.
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I had the same issue. Spent 2 hours trying to figure it out until I found a picture of how it lays out and literally took me 20 mins and it was done.
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can you send me those pics? The RN snorkel is not intuitive and the quality is not that great. Im not sure how the top part is supposed to go either. Maybe thats why there are no instructions.
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snorkel top

Here is the top mushroom part that Im not sure if it goes inside or outside of the snorkel? it has some cut out slits but it is exactly the same diameter as the snorkel tube. Anyone know how it goes?
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Here is the top mushroom part that Im not sure if it goes inside or outside of the snorkel? it has some cut out slits but it is exactly the same diameter as the snorkel tube. Anyone know how it goes?
Whichever piece has the slits goes on outside. . The slits allow clamping with a hoseclamp for grip

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Mine was "installed" by the PO so I don't have any instructions but it's like Mark said, you really don't need any. There's only one way to route those hoses around the engine compartment.
BTW, do you know on a 97 the windshield washer tank has to come out . . . . permanently?
On mine the PO installed the portion above the fender but never connected the hoses. It looks like the tank may fit if moved forward a few inches but I haven't gotten around to trying it.
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Replace your washer tank with the recessed type that fits deep in the inner wing curve and your golden
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What about these not sure what these are for since I have metal hose clamps too? They are plastic and split...does this go on the hose inside the engine bay?
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What about these not sure what these are for since I have metal hose clamps too? They are plastic and split...does this go on the hose inside the engine bay?
I didnt use them. I think they are meant to couple the two engine bay hoses together and support different engine configurations. I just used big hose clamps.

I think the two bay hoses are to support different engines. Im a diesel convert but read this. Hose should run behind engine block around bellhousing

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Whichever piece has the slits goes on outside. . The slits allow clamping with a hoseclamp for grip ------ Follow up post added March 6th, 2015 11:02 PM ------ Replace your washer tank with the recessed type that fits deep in the inner wing curve and your golden

What are these recessed tanks from?
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Here are picks of it on my 1994 NAS Defender 90. Hope this helps.
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Assuming the 1993 110 has the same air intake nozzle (like a trumpet) you have to take that metal cover off the air box and cut that trumpet piece off leaving all but about a 3-4" of the metal tube left at the base. Hack saw does this very quickly. Then mount the rubber hose over that 3-4" base that is left and re-attach that cover via the clips to the air box. You get a bit more air intake this way since the original trumpet style tube is pretty narrow.

Also I didn't attach the very top air cleaner that mounts to the upper tube with the supplied self tapping screws. I just went to Lowe's and bought some extra stainless clamps to secure it. That way if I have to take it off for any reason it will be simple.
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An example of a recessed windscreen wash container is PRC3786. There are variants that accomodate one and two pumps (front and rear wash). My wing had the holes for mounting them. the holes might be oem for all Defender inner wings. they are not expensive.

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Thanks William. Im going to try and reroute it now. But now I have another problem. The Rover will not start. It turns over no problem but not start. I've checked all the wire connections but I must of knocked a wire loose somewhere under the brake booster as I routed the hose last night. Any suggestions where else I might check.
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