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Can I use K&N oil on my S&B filter?

If I forget to order a S&B filter cleaning kit, can I just go to Oreilly's and buy a K&N cleaning kit and use it? Is it the same oil and cleaner?

Id rather not have to pay the shipping.

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Re: Can I use K&N oil on my S&B filter?

I did that with my AFE once... I would think it would be fine.
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Re: Can I use K&N oil on my S&B filter?

Isnt the S&B a 'dry' filter? I just use an air nozzle on my 6637

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Re: Can I use K&N oil on my S&B filter?

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Isnt the S&B a 'dry' filter? I just use an air nozzle on my 6637
I guess they make some dry filters, but this is a big cone cleanable / oilable filter.

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Re: Can I use K&N oil on my S&B filter?

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I guess they make some dry filters, but this is a big cone cleanable / oilable filter.
Ahh so you got the old school version
Yeah im sure the K&N kit would be fine then

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Re: Can I use K&N oil on my S&B filter?

Thats what i use. Had a few kits left over from other cars I had. Been doing it for about two years. Works good.

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