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Old 07-01-2012, 04:02 AM
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You can run it as stated, but I would RTV my airbox closed and un-seal/re-seal at every filter change. Also get something like a K&N drop in, that way if you do soak the filter, you arent buying a new one, just cleaning it.

Your standard transmission/transfer case in the 4x4 model is good to Ford up to 36 inches of water. If you want to go more you will need to find the vent tubes and extend them. I ran mine up the back of the cab between the bed and the cab wall. This way I can go all the way up to my intake without worrying about water in the transmission/transfer case. Neat fact--your axle vent tubes are already high enough--the are mounted to your firewall or front fender wells and come up 6" above the stock intake.
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