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Old 02-23-2004, 01:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Safari Snorkel on an FJ60

Does anyone have pics of how there's is connected under the hood? The instructions show the Aussie connections, but not US, so I need to know what to do to get it connected. My 60 still has all the smog stuff (though not exactly in operational order).

Oh, I'll have to get some pics of my new lift kit on the 60 too.
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Old 02-23-2004, 01:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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No pics but you need to move the air intake section from the drivers side to the passenger side of the 2F air cleaner. Then attach a hose which runs into the fender to the snorkel. THey connect great to an FJ62 airbox tho! Oh.. Sorry.. you don't have an FJ62 do you?
Drill out the spot welds that hold the front fresh air hose on the air cleaner which points to the drivers side front fender. Cut a new hole on the passenger side.. Re tackweld it on the passenger side of the air cleaner.. Weld a scab plate on the Drivers side where you left a huge hole.. Attach a hose to the snorkel.. Done.
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Or convert to the non USA air filter. It is a can style that sits on the PS fender.

I can't remember what a stock 60 series air filter end looks like. I had a V8 in mine. What i did I used a Chevy Astro Van intake hose. I connected the hose to the snorkel end and then hose clamped the other end to the air filter end. These hoses are very handy for snorkel hook ups. And depending upon how your air filter end looks it might bolt up?
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