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does anyone know where to buy a snorkel kit and where to find a DETAILED video or pics on installing them.i have a 02 grizzly 660. or maybe a backwoods remedy to make a set.

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You can get snorkle kits at several different places online. My girl bought mine from snorkelyouratv and it took about 5hrs to put on. It took most of the guess work out of it but cost alot more than making one from scratch. There are plenty of threads on here how to do a home made one.
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for the info. you dont know of any of the threads on here about the homemade ones do you
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To get you started...

http://grizzlyriders.com/forums/griz...ts-see-em.html

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Heres a few i quickly picked out.

http://grizzlyriders.com/forums/griz...ts-see-em.html

Write up i did. Not a 660 but you can base my install on your bike, get a general idea.

http://grizzlyriders.com/forums/griz...led-grizz.html
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Dont buy a kit.. do it yourself for under 100 dollars. You can go to highlifter.com, to the yamaha section, must read, and find some good how to's there. I havent played on this site much to see if they are on here too.
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guys I will try to check them out
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does anyone know where to buy a snorkel kit and where to find a DETAILED video or pics on installing them.i have a 02 grizzly 660. or maybe a backwoods remedy to make a set.
Youtube search triangle atv snorkit
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Make your own. Between this site, GrizzlyCentral, and Highlufter, there are more than enough write-ups on how to make your own.
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Yeah, I took the list off of this forum and from what I saw in that youtube video and went to the hardware stores and found what I needed, all but just a couple of parts so far, then I will be attempting this on my grizzly. I don't think I'll be doing an intake snorkel because it's just not necessary for what I'm using it for, I am just going to grease the electric connections, extend my vent hoses etc, and snorkel my cvt intake and exhaust.
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