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I just finished installing my 30x11x14 all around on sti hd3 wheels. I ran all 6 vent lines on in the center head rest cross bar and snorkeled the in and out of the belt.



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Thats awesome!!!!
 

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Looks awesome. Now get some pics with mud on it.


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Sweet unit! Looks tough


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That looks great Rooster, that front photo sure looks mean!
 

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No clutch work for now. Low range only. It goes through deep water great. I'm running two boat buoys up front also. The front floats great for more traction in the rear..


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aawww man, I need a shorter bucket


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Beautiful
 

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Wher in florida are u located im in miami
 

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How many miles do you have with those tires on cause I had a pair of 28 silverbacks and blew my wet clutch and am kinda of nervous of slapping them back on
 

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I see a couple different snorkel kits on here, do you only have to do the in and out of the belt and the 6 vent tubes. Or is there something else you need to do, and is there a kit you can buy or is it a do it yourself thing

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I just found one on sidebysidesports.com for 219, that seems a lot easier than building one

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I just found one on sidebysidesports.com for 219, that seems a lot easier than building one

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the one they sell is actually the kit made by Snorkelyouratv.com

been waiting to see if any of the other companies are going to make one but I do like the fact that the $220 one comes with 2" pipes. Also, if you get it from Snorkelyouratv.com , they offer tips for the pipes that are water repellent for an extra $20 I think.
 

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I did my belt snorkels and vent lines for 90$. All I have is the air box intake to do. That should cost about 50$.
 
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