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post #21 of 33 Old 01-01-2013, 06:50 PM
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Pick up a donaldson b085011 filter instead better quality and cheaper, its water resistant as well. i think its $35.xx shipped and then pick up a piece of 4" exhaust pipe from an exhaust shot, about 6" long and a big clamp from napa and you will be golden. use the link i provided to find the filter thats where i got mine from.

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The 6637 Napa filter is the Donaldson

But yes, there are cheaper places to get them, I stock up when Napa has their filter sale, got 4 this time around, $27 each

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good to know, how many miles should you expect to get out of these filters? 20k?
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i didnt realize the napa was a donaldson, i always thought the napas were wix or something
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i didnt realize the napa was a donaldson, i always thought the napas were wix or something
They generally are, but for whatever reason Donaldson makes that one.

I just change mine when its dirty, or once a year, whichever comes first, so Yeah probably around 20K

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Sounds good guys! I'll be putting one on shortly.. I'm making a lil side money putting a power steering pump on a 94' 150 with the 302.. Have a feelin it'll be fun since I haven't done it before!


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Easy job. Just so it doesnt surprise you, you have to slide the pulley off and put it on the new pump, but they make a cheap tool for it!

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I'm at either the k&n or the spectre.. Until I can get the 6637... I called the local napa and they want $72.50 for it..
I'm going to run the k&n in the stock box for awhile and trash the spectre.


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Go buy a $20 stock paper one, and riffraff sells the 6637 kit for about $100, they also sell the filter alone cheaper than that too
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Pick up a donaldson b085011 filter instead better quality and cheaper, its water resistant as well. i think its $35.xx shipped and then pick up a piece of 4" exhaust pipe from an exhaust shot, about 6" long and a big clamp from napa and you will be golden. use the link i provided to find the filter thats where i got mine from.

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Maybe a little late but look here:
B085011 - 6637 - AIR PRIMARY, DURALITE DONALDSON REPLACEMENT FOR NAPA 6637 - Filter Products

BTW: If you are looking for the B085011 filter equivalent for high moisture conditions it is the B085046.

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Is that a reputable site to order the filter? That is what I'll need cause in ky we get lots of rain, and then it's $50 bucks cheaper then what I can get it local for


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The site I ordered mine from was a good site, I had zero issues with them and received the filter 3 days later. The site you posted comes to $35.68 shipped so the price is the same either way you go
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