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Old 07-02-2011, 08:36 PM
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Diy intake question

I just did the diy intake on my 02 7.3. I use the truck in the winter for commercial plowing. After doing it I was wondering if the filter will get covered in snow in the winter? Anyone have expierience with this? If its a issue I will just buy a airraid or something lol

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Old 07-02-2011, 10:36 PM
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What is the part number of the filter you used? There are water resistant Donaldsons and then there's the plain Napa filter that isn't water resistant.
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Napa was out of stock and couldn't order them. So localy carquest cross referenced it to a wix 46637 filter. No idea if its water resistant

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I have a DIY intake with the 6637 filter on my truck and I plowed with it all winter with no problems.
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I have a DIY intake with the 6637 filter on my truck and I plowed with it all winter with no problems.
Another Mainer checking in..... Same here... Plowed all winter, drove all winter, never a problem.
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:10 AM
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Excellent. I live in upstate NY and winter is pretty long here. So I just wanna make sure its all good. I may still buy a CAI down the road tho. The mod bug bit me.
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LOL, trust me.... I understand "lots of snow..." heres a pic from a couple years ago... got bad enough I had to have my next door neighbor come over w/ his 24 ton 4x4 Deere Frontloader and move my snowbanks back.... I could walk from the top of this one to the roof of my garage!
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LOL, trust me.... I understand "lots of snow..." heres a pic from a couple years ago... got bad enough I had to have my next door neighbor come over w/ his 24 ton 4x4 Deere Frontloader and move my snowbanks back.... I could walk from the top of this one to the roof of my garage!
wow thats alot. we got a inch one time down here and it was tuff to drive in let me tell you.
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the only time I've ever filled mine with snow was driving 30+ miles in a blizzard and busting drifts 3-4 deep most of the way, to get home. and then the whole engine bay was filled. I banged the snow and Ice off it and let it dry out in the house. I do keep a spare on hand so I could still use the truck while that filter thawed. even the water resistant ones can fill between the pleating with snow if it's bad enough.
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