I dont mean to pick on this product but I wanted to also make another point about the install directions.
It says 2 hours of time for install.
"Ensure that all parts listed above are included in the parcel before starting any work. The total
expected time of installation is around 2 hours."
My experience was to install the snorkell correctly you need at least 1-2 full days of time in a dry enclosed space.
After drilling the holes, removing metal burs, and mocking up the assembly you will need to paint the holes to avoid rust. The paint should be left to dry and cure for at least 12 hours, if not 24 hours before assembly.
To do it right, you should primer the cut, let the primer dry and cure, then paint the cut with touch up paint to match the truck body then let the touch up paint dry and cure. You should plan on having a long down time to make sure you take your time and do it right the first time, please ignore the quote in the instructions of "2 hours" assembly time. I would say for a first time install for a well equipped do-it-yourselfer you should plan on 4-6 hours of actuall assemblly time with at least 24 hours of vehicle down time in a dry enclosed shop. Also be sure to add touch up paint to your list of parts needed to complete the install.
Also, I noticed the pillar mount bracket only has one hole to the snorkell and two holes to the pillar for mounting (mounting diredctions section 3.18 and 3.19 @ http://www.airflowsnorkels.com/details.php?id=127 ). I have had my safari snorkel get seriously slapped by branches and brush to the point the head popped off. I would consider adding extra support to the tube between the tube an I-Pillar (maybe a second mounting bracket as it looks like there are two threaded holes in the snorkel body and it could accomodate two mounting brackets along the I-Pillar instead of one??). This is compunded by the fact that this product appears to stick up much higher than the safari snorkel does and is higher than the roof line of the truck. Just an FYI....beware of the snorkel head getting wacked by trees and shrubs. This could cause dmage to the snorkel, especially given the minimal mounting method between the pillar and snorkel itself. Just my $0.02.