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Oh this just reminded me of the best catch from my trip to Burketown.... on the way to one of the fishing spots we drove past a public tip, for some reason I decided stop in and have a look.. and found an NH pajero upside down... with a snorkel! unfortunately it didn't have the scoop on top but I ripped it off anyway and now have some ideas to make it a better fit, anyone have an old airbox they want to get rid of??
So this will fit on the L series neatly? I'm keen to know, hopefully Nachaluva will be bringing his on the next 4wd trip for me to check out against the side of the L series. Very keen to know what it will look like and how well it will work plus the ease of the mod.

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Any updated pics?
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Has anyone tried an snorkel for an Mitsubishi MK Triton?

i have just compared a heap of side on photos of the forester, pajero and triton as well as snorkels for each on ebay, side by side.

it looks as tho the snorkel for the Triton has a slightly greater angle than the Pajero (closer to that of the Forester) so it may not require any bending.
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Yes, I have a snorkel for an MN Triton - works well on my MN Triton

I've never compared the line & dimensions between the 2 but could be an interesting exercise. The Triton has a fairly short nose for the size of vehicle so it may just suit the Foz. I'll have a quick look see.
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Did the snorkel look like it might be a goer?
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BUMP
After my mechanic said he had to clean sand/mud out of my air box I pulled the trigger on the ebay monty snorkle. Will be joining the club offically in about two weeks.
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Looking forward to seeing you're Forry when it's fitted

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