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post #1 of 2 Old 09-12-2010, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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Servicing Airraid air filter/intake

Aftermarket Airraid was on truck when I bought it a year ago. Probably time to service or replace filter. Problem is if it can be serviced I don't know how to. I have googled this & lots of stuff came up & have even been on Airraids website but I can't find anything on how to service them. Can the filter be cleaned or do I just buy a new one? If so where is the best place to get one?

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Yes that filter can be cleaned. you dont need to replace it. you can find filter cleaner and oil for it. some auto parts stores carry it some dotn. i usually always get it from not sure about the price.

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