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Zoodad Mod Q's

I have heard alot about this zoodad mod but I cant seem to find any threads on how to do it. I understand it is a diy ram air kit but how is it done. Any info would be helpful. Thanks.
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what i have read its just drill holes into the support of your grille that runs into the air box area
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Ahh okay. Any type of screen or anything on the end so that gravel and large dirt cant get in?
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plenty reading material on the subject...

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ya put a piece of screen over the hole to keep out leaves/bugs etc.

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Thanks for the info. Ill have to try this in my spare time, when my truck gets back from the shop
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