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post #1 of 4 Old 09-30-2010, 03:14 PM Thread Starter
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Dry Filter vs Reusable Filter

Just bought my first diesel. It has an existing AEM 'Brute Force' intake pipe with a Spectre reusable filter that is BEAT UP, and is the dirtiest filter I have ever seen......so in the market for a new filter. Looked at AEM website for a new filter, and they sell a dry filter. Anyone use one of these dry filters? What kind of life expectancy do you get? Performance of dry vs. reusable?
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afe stage 2 w/ pro guard 7, always seem to see good reviews on this everywhere, search around a bit for a better price tho, i think i picked mine up on ebay for 275
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AMSOIL Ea Air Induction Filters (EaAU)

I use the AmsOil dry reusable filter, and it works great, just blow/vacuum the filter off and stuff it back in the truck. 50 bucks. lasts forever.

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Get a Donaldson from Tymar..cheaper and better than any other filter IMO.
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