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air intake question

i was wondering what is the best intake that there that would be good to go offroading with i have a 1999 Ford f250 7.3 extended cab short box 4x4
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I can't find the link, but the DIY-6637 will hold a pound of dirt and still filter well.
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do you know where id be able to get one
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my vote is for a S&B unit with a sleeve over the filter for extra protection... S&B 7.3L Intake
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do you know where id be able to get one
Riffraff Diesel Performance Parts: - 6637

You can also cross-refrence the 6637 and find it at most auto parts stores.
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Best..the orginal Tymar..nothing need'sto be added..will hold a insane amount of dust and still flow all the air you need. I have one on my 450hp '97 and drive dusty roads..my driveway is 1/3 mile dirt. I change mine just because it looks bad but clean as heck inside..about 40k miles..We have them..

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