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replacement afe filter, where to find one?

Alright guys, ive been sesrching the net with no luck. I run an afe xp type air intake, and am looking for just the replacement filter, so where can i find one? my next question, do you prefer a dry filter or oil type? I do light off roading a few times a month, thanks for the help!
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Ptp.. Just bought another oiled filter (afe). It's what ever u prefer, both flow the same, I like having two so I can clean one and let it dry and all that while I put the one that I cleaned long ago right on the truck.


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Yeah not too concerned with flow as all the kits flow well, especially for my stock tune truck! How do I figure out which filter will work with my kit as far as shape and size?
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You can just go their site and enter in your trucks year make ect and it'll show the filters for your truck

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Yeah I noticed that, but how will i know which one fits the intake im using, it's not the stock intake
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I believe it tells you the sizes of the opening, just make sure those match up or get the sane brand filter of your kit

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