If i bought an ARB snorkel, do i need to cut a hole into the side of my jeep to install it?
yes you do... thats why i am hesitant to get one.
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Some people have gotten pretty creative with snorkels and not putting holes in the body. Someone posted a link here once about a snorkel which was fed through the vent between the windsheild and the hood. It looked really neat. I would say if you don't want to cut holes, get creative. I'm sure if you really want to, you can come up with something. Might save money too.
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