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Old January 24th, 2014, 09:40 AM
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Selling these on. Not going to work for the 2A looks like. The pics are from the original ad by Matthew Greenspan, so no, the dog is not included. Side exit parts. Not wing top.







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$150 plus shipping. Thanks
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Old January 24th, 2014, 09:48 AM
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Does this utilize the right-hand or left-hand side wing?
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Old January 24th, 2014, 10:23 AM
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looks like RH side wing to me - a la 300tdi style (but I could be wrong)
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Old January 24th, 2014, 10:56 AM
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I didn't try to fit the wing parts but I guess it's for the right side
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Old January 24th, 2014, 02:38 PM
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How does this connect under the hood? Does the fender mate up with the air box on the diesels? I have a NAS 110 that I'm thinking of modifying this to work with, I just want to figure out what else I'll need to source before I commit.
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How does this connect under the hood? Does the fender mate up with the air box on the diesels? I have a NAS 110 that I'm thinking of modifying this to work with, I just want to figure out what else I'll need to source before I commit.
It's your truck but I am begging you to NOT CUT A HOLE in your front fender to mount a snorkel. Go over the top of the front wing and into the vent cutout instead.
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Old January 24th, 2014, 02:48 PM
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How does this connect under the hood? Does the fender mate up with the air box on the diesels? I have a NAS 110 that I'm thinking of modifying this to work with, I just want to figure out what else I'll need to source before I commit.
The molded plastic thing fits inside the wing between the footwell and the outer skin (pic 1 being pointed to by the dog's tail). It has an extending duct that directs to the inside of the inner wing. The outer metal piece thru-bolts to the inner plastic thingamajig. The outer part then points toward the heavens. You stick the rubber hose on the end of that to make the connection to the (supplied by you) pipe that runs up the side of the windshield and is capped by the dandy little capper deal.
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How does this connect under the hood? Does the fender mate up with the air box on the diesels? I have a NAS 110 that I'm thinking of modifying this to work with, I just want to figure out what else I'll need to source before I commit.
Andrew,
The air box on a 300 is a canister that is held to the engine via a bracket that mounts under two of the head bolts. There is a hard plastic pipe and dump valve assembly that connects the filter canister to the outer wind grill. The td5 and puma use the same fender grill but the plastic piping under the hood is different.

this snorkle should work on everything from 93my (300 introduction) to present excluding the NAS trucks.
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It's your truck but I am begging you to NOT CUT A HOLE in your front fender to mount a snorkel. Go over the top of the front wing and into the vent cutout instead.
No, I thought it included the vertical pipe by the windshield, my intention was to remove/replace the plate with one that will fit the NAS 110 Driver Wingtop. I was just going to use this for the bends, pipes, tube, top and brackets, but without the upper tube portion, I'm not sure it's worth it for my project, I'm probably better off sourcing the individual parts, or a complete new bearmach to start with.

Thanks for the replies and explanation, I'll let someone that can use the whole thing have this one.
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bump. You know you want it.
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Snorkel

Ok,

So this thing is missing parts (upright pipe on side of windshield) yet contains parts not included (inner fender to airbox part as pointed to by dog) right?

Ok whats your best price including, not in a hurry, shipping to 55441.

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The windshield part is a hunk of muffler pipe painted black. Pretty easy to source for about $15 so it's not like unobtanium or anything.
That said I could take a $25 bath for buying something I don't need and say a buck and a quarter to you. That work ?
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sure, pm'd you
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Would you sell just the cap?
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