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here's an write up I did a while back. I snorkeled my sister-in-law's bike.
And yes, she wanted the snorks that high.




if I can find the original doc I will just convert this to a post so you wont have to have adobe reader.
 

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thats to much butchering up there for me to do it i would find a different way other then cutting my rack
 

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haha yeah. i tried to tell her we can cut them down shorter...
she liked em like that.
 

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Holy smokes that IS tall! :eek:
I'd never see over that, even though I'm standing when going through the good stuff.

Do you think the instructions would be similar for a 2003 / 500?
 

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Man....I love those tires...I wish they still made them.
 

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they dont make 27" mudbugs any more?
 

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royal distributing FTW!
 

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nice.. those tires did just like my buddy's swamplites... just dug straight down into the sand..
 

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you can do it without cutting the front rack. and if you want a cleaner look, you can use the rubber couplings right above the plastic. i found for cutting the holes cleaner you can take duct tape and put it on your plastic and trace the holes, then use a 2 1/2 or 2 1/4 inch hole saw.
 

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the second pic looks like the snorkels are crooked but the rack wasn't
bolted down yet.
 

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Where did you gey the flex pipe to run to the front?
 

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all parts came from Lowe's
 

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you can do everything in hardline... it just takes a little plumbing skills.
 

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I found 1 1/2" spa hose at home depot that will work, thanks.
 
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