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The second time I've knocked off the "snorkle" on the air filter housing of the 2025R gen 1. Think the hood hits it. Replaced it once. Not cheap.

Just not gonna do it now. Don't know what that thing is supposed to do.

Anyone else have this problem?

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Is it the part highlighted in yellow? If so, that's a "duck bill" or "dust" valve. You are supposed to be able to squeeze it and "dust/dirt" in the bottom of the filter housing will fall out.
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The second time I've knocked off the "snorkle" on the air filter housing of the 2025R gen 1. Think the hood hits it. Replaced it once. Not cheap.

Just not gonna do it now. Don't know what that thing is supposed to do.

Anyone else have this problem?
Just so everyone is on the same page, what part are you calling the snorkle?
 

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Highlighted one, #12.
Ah.. ok. Almost all tractors have one of those rubber debris clean outs. They are supposed to be positioned to point DOWN. How is the hood hitting it?
 
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Ah.. ok. Almost all tractors have one of those rubber debris clean outs. They are supposed to be positioned to point DOWN. How is the hood hitting it?
You are correct, pointing down to discharge dust/bugs/etc. I think the "cap", key 13, might have TOP molded on it.
 

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Yeah, if the hood is hitting the rubber boot (12), the end cap (13) is on upside down.
 
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