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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by joey7599, Nov 2, 2010.
do you mean a snorkel?
yes and no, it is the same concept as a snorkle but it goes directly into the itake just as though the normal intake of a car goes into the fender wheel well or under the bumper. it is for water proofing though just as a snorkle is.
are you talking about the one you see on the h1s in the military?
i know in Maine it isn't street legal
No all h1s have it the militarys and some cevilian h1s are more prominant as they are built to go trough higher water without flooding the enginse out, but all h1s have them,
thats not legal in mass. some guys do it anyways and get away with it. the DOT troopers wont let that slide but local cops might.
ohhhh then i have no clue what your talkingt about hah
I know the pump trucks they use to clean out sewers are similarly setup and no one is pulling them over. Not sure why that would be legal and this wouldn't be, unless its a license issue.
I like it. Better than taking the trailer off or setting it up in the back.
i have my loader mounted on the front and no cops have said anything...my uncles a cop n my town and said its fine too
I dont think its leagal ithier