wewillsurvive wrote:I would disagree anything that will help keep water out of carb is a benefit. It won't make it waterproof but it will make it more difficult to get water in it.
I am no help as to what to use though and with the fender hood setup it maybe rather difficult.
Fleg wrote:If your in water so deep that water could get in your carb with the stock setup then you have bigger problems.
Jesse baker wrote:what jerry did to his Cherokee is the best and economical idea. he3 routed his air filter through the cab. I agree with the whole dust theory, have you seen heavy equipment? next time you do look for there air intake.
serehill wrote:Also if the water gets high enough that the snorkel is needed there will be about 18" of water in the interior. Before the rig gets that Kind of water in it will float for about 30 seconds unless you drill a bunch of holes in it.
jaber wrote:The part that stands in my mind is that when I have certain passengers even a small, shallow puddle will soak the hood, windshield, and passy side, in all of my Jeeps. Using that style, or even the cowl is not much improvement to me.
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