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DIY Intake Filter #

I got mine from a friend and want to replace it with a new one. I was just wondering the number of the filter? I was thinking of ordering it from fleet filter or would it be cheaper to just got to the local auto parts?

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WIX #6637
About $50 from NAPA, I think Airflow sells them cheaper if I'm not mistaken.


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Preciate it bud I will check..if not to much I will just hit Napa and knock out the wait time for shipping..

this is the right one i am hoping http://store.airflo.com/b085011.html
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That be the one.
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^^^^ Beat me to it...


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14 dollars to ship a 30 dollar filter. These guys are outta their tree.
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Re: DIY Intake Filter #

I was going to order one too.

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I ended up finding one for 37 bucks shipped!!
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Re: DIY Intake Filter #

I bought basically the same filter from NAPA (I believe it was a Duralite but not certain) for around $35 plus tax a year ago. $13 is a little high but they do have to buy a box, packing material and the time to pack it up. I would assume shipping on something like that would be around $7-$8 through UPS, so another $5-$6 in handling fee's is not bad.

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my napa dealer wanted 75 bucks....with a AAA discount.
now that is out of the tree..heck that is in the wrong forest.

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