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Please add details and pics, if possible. I would really like to see how your install turns out.

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Please document and take plenty of pics. It would be so helpful to alot of guys. I have yet to pull the trigger on this but I will continue to wait patiently for this thread to evolve. If shipping wasnt such a problem in Alaska it would be easier.

Thanks for reviving this thread as well.

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Here is my truck on the way to Inuvik last fall. I should have made a full thread for this trip. This trip was 2500+ miles non stop on pot holed dirt roads for the most part. My truck has over 100000 and it still doesnt even have a rattle.


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Wow...that would be a great thread. I'm hoping you have a lot of pictures from that trip! I would be very interested to see that 2500 mile journey documented

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Will do guys. It's getting warmer here so I'm ready to park the truck for awhile and ride the bike. I hate being rushed to finish projects and this way it'll insure that it gets done right. You only get one chance to cut the hole in the fender correctly. lol.

I ordered mine from sierraexpeditions.

tundratrader- your trip sounds amazing! I'm looking at doing a few month trip which will end somewhere in AK.

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Woop Woop! Ordered my 100 series yesterday and it ships out on Monday.
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Scheduled to arrive next Monday. So the first week of May I should have some time to get it done.

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It has arrived! Instead of using somebody elses thread I've started one just for the install.

https://www.tundrasolutions.com/forum...l/#post1475992

Should be complete within a couple weeks.

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I'm guessing you guys havn't seen the Air Induction Pump failure threads around here lately. This idiotic pump pull air from the fender but only at startup. If you submerge the entire engine it might pour down the intake hoses right into the little pump. And then there's the diverter valves that apparently get corroded by moisture.

Perhaps a re-think of the plan is in order.

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I'm guessing you guys havn't seen the Air Induction Pump failure threads around here lately. This idiotic pump pull air from the fender but only at startup. If you submerge the entire engine it might pour down the intake hoses right into the little pump. And then there's the diverter valves that apparently get corroded by moisture.

Perhaps a re-think of the plan is in order.
Nope. Not going to re-think anything. And as I've stated previously, my truck isn't a boat and I'm not planning on using it as such. Submerging the engine isn't going to happen.

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