So I was going to buy a cold air for my 02 4.7L Dakota, one thing led to another though and I ended up getting a free one (which cost about $200-$300 is my best guess) off of a wrecked 02 RAM 1500. Pretty much just took the filter itself since I've got the hose from my stock intake. Of course they weren't the same size, a little stretching of the rubber hose and some clamps though and I got everything together good and tight. Buuuuuut (because there always has to be a but to everything lol), there's this little rubber hose that connected to the chamber which held the filter in my stock intake (no idea where it goes) that I have to deal with now. I'm pretty sure it connected below the filter, which would mean the air has to be filtered and I can't just leave. I could somehow connect it to the rubber hose after the new aftermarket filter, but I would have to cut a hole in the hose, which I don't really want to do, and it would be tacky anyway. My best idea so far is to clamp a couple layers of a a clean shop rag over it and call it good, but do you guys have any better ideas? And does anybody know where that hose goes? As you can see there's a T connection right there so either it's going to two different places on the same doohicky or it's going to two different things entirely.