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Hey G&G's

Anyone put an air filter on the incoming air into the cab to filter out dust and odours? any suggestions on how one would do this?

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obs did not come with a cabin filter I checked around and could not find any kits to do it.
 

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I`ve seen this also;was wondering about it too.they sell it for my 96 but I didn`t. buy cause I didn`t know where its located.
 

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Have never seen any filters for cab filtration and was wondering if anyone has done this. Wondering if there would be room for one just inside the firewall where the ducting comes through? What type of filter material would a guy use?

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Have never seen any filters for cab filtration and was wondering if anyone has done this. Wondering if there would be room for one just inside the firewall where the ducting comes through? What type of filter material would a guy use?

Thanks guys...

jrc
I just cut up a house filter to replace the stocker in my scion but,it has a tray to slide it into. I see no reason why you could not fab something to use a peice of filter media and make your own.
 

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I just cut up a house filter to replace the stocker in my scion but,it has a tray to slide it into. I see no reason why you could not fab something to use a peice of filter media and make your own.
Thanks Aljay...rather than reinventing......fishing to see if anyone of you smart guys have done this so I could just copy or rather make less mistakes if left on my own....hahaha

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If you pull the blower motor out you'll see where the air is drawn in from, it's in the right rear of the front fender/pass. kick panel area.

I've never bothered to mess with it, though I have thought about it. I have too many other things that are higher priority on the truck. LOL

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If you pull the blower motor out you'll see where the air is drawn in from, it's in the right rear of the front fender/pass. kick panel area.

I've never bothered to mess with it, though I have thought about it. I have too many other things that are higher priority on the truck. LOL

Dave
Totally get it with higher priority Dave....Wife has been saying....THAT doesn't look like a bathroom fixture..... wants one....in downstairs for the knuckleheads...(kids).... sooo....happy wife....happy life.....hahahaa....actually we do need a spare for the kids.....and red truck has had a fair bit of attention this last year...heh heh....

thanks and will dig around to see what I can do in terms of filtration....

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I was always told to cut panty hose and glue over the air intake when I was landscaping but never did it. I made a port on the evap case in order to hose out from under the hood.
 

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I was always told to cut panty hose and glue over the air intake when I was landscaping but never did it. I made a port on the evap case in order to hose out from under the hood.
Cool.....any pix Centxdiesel?

thanks for the suggestion..

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