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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-09-2009, 04:13 AM Thread Starter
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6637 filter

so how has everyone attached the 6637 filter? do you just let it sit in there or is there a clamp that can hold it in place? thinking of dumping my k&n drop in for the filter. thanks for your ideas

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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-09-2009, 04:34 AM
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Re: 6637 filter




I used a 4" long piece of stainless exhaust pipe with a T-style clamp...

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Re: 6637 filter

take off the airbox leave the batt box base and the filter slides in nice and snug

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Re: 6637 filter

perfect thanks guys

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i cut my airbox down a bit ..used a grinder of all things but be carefull there are a few wires and lines near by that don't like to be hacked on.

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Re: 6637 filter

Holy sheepsh1t batman!!! My local NAPA man wants $53.99 for the filter!!!! I can get a Spectre reusable for 31.99 from Jegs. I told him to put his name on that one and I would keep looking for mine.

54 bucks for a disposable filter....


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Order it from fleetfilter.com... Or get the price from there and call around until you find a NAPA that will match the price.

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i got a donalson from the local peterbuilt shop for $9.54 parts paragon matched to the wix or nappa 6637

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got mine from fleetfilter.com for $28, love it so far

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Fleetfilter.com has them for $28.86 http://www.fleetfilter.com/SearchResults2.asp . I just ordered a couple yesterday.


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