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what to use for a garage snorkel

Discussion in 'Exploring everything under the sun!!' started by MrShorty, September 21, 2002.

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  1. MrShorty

    MrShorty Explorer Addict

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    with winter coming, I expect I'll be doing any auto work inside the garage with the door closed (or mostly so). What makes a good set-up for venting exhaust?
     
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    the big silver dryer tubes. I have seen it used from dryer hose to intake hose. im sure it will work.
     
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    Just be careful with any metal tubimng, if it touches your trim on the bumper, it will melt it pretty fast.
     
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    I'd just keep the garage door cracked some (need circulating air anyways) and run metal dryer vent from the tailpipe under the door. Make sure you seal it pretty well onto the tailpipe though, or the gases could backup and leak out into the garage. Just use a large screw-type hose clamp.
     
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    Thanks.
     






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