beermunk said:How deep have you gone forging a river in a stock (no snorkeler) Titan? The thread with the news paper scan is pretty impressive!
So keeping the water at the molding level on the doors is a pretty good measure? From what I can see they are an inch or so below the virtual bumper line.TruWrecks said:Keep the water below the top of the bumper, or you'll be sucking water into the airbox. My filter shows signs of getting wet after a brief adventure where I ended up with standing water over the front bumper. It's also a good idea to know what you're driving into. If you don't know, don't go. If you do decide to chance it you might want to have another vehicle nearby that is big enough to pull you out.
beermunk said:So keeping the water at the molding level on the doors is a pretty good measure? From what I can see they are an inch or so below the virtual bumper line.
Btw does anyone make a snorkel for the Titan yet?
not really ambitous, I couldnt convince the little brother to cross the entire water hole by foot to check the depth! best thing to do if you're not sure, grab a stick and poke around first. Seems like it takes the fun outta it but, having to shop vac your truck 3 times to get it dry aint no fun either!:jester:beermunk said:now that is some ambitious off roading - freak'n HEADLIGHT underwater!
No worry there...BLBJBranch said:I've always wondered about this:
What keeps the engine block from cracking when it gets doused by cold water when you're doing this?