This is what i ended up doing somewhat. Only because I have the 4.0L OHC I had to really modify the squared off Factory airbox...
Other things to consider;
- There is a line that goes to the rear axle for release of pressure as the axle is used it heats up and the fluid expands, this tube allows for pressure to equalize. But a quick quench in a puddle or crossing a stream can quickly create a vacuum and suck in water. I temporarily extended this line through the chassis and routed the hose and tie strapped it in a "Electricians Service loop" so it hung upside down some behind the drivers side tail light. With a 2" lift and 2" body lift and the height the tail light area gave me, any bow wave in deeper water will keep any water from accessing that hose. ARB makes this which is my next move for the axle and the transmission :: http://store.arbusa.com/ARB-Differen...12-P22783.aspx
- Their are additional things like the transmission also has a breather tube which breathes or creates a vacuum if cooled fast.
- Protecting the Electronic Ignition system
- And of course your intake.
I do Overlanding with a few people and I do some pretty remote camping that requires all sorts of odd travels. My favorite video that shows what to expect in overlanding if you're not familiar with it yet. The first 4 mins are a great expectation but the whole video is in 720P and looks great all the way to the end;