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6637 air filter prices

Hey everyone I just joined and this my first post . I have been doing some reading on everyone's DIY intakes and would like to clear up some things for a lot of people with 6637 filters ive had the same troubles with.

Napa in Oklahoma wants $61 for the 6637. I began to search for the $30 mysterious filters locally. I Did not really want to wait for an order from online. O'Reilly's/Autozone also had nothing in stock but wanted $60ish aswell.

I have a good buddy that works at a Kenworth dealer. Stopped in there this morning and he cross-referrenced the part number for me to a Cummins and a Pete filter. Which initially is what the filter is for.

It cost me $30, had both in stock and it was 5 miles from the house.

Just trying to let everyone know that if you dont know, Try your Local BIG TRUCK PARTS STORE.

hope this helps some people.

Happy Filtering
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or you can buy them online and save a few dollars on tax and have it delivered to your door
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Right. I was just trying to suggest that this filter is half the price at the a Big Truck parts store from a conventional parts store. I dont prefer waiting on things when I decide to do them.

I drive a 2000 7.3L because all my friends call me to pick their Sick.0's up to haul to the shop. slow and reliable
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so, your buddy at the big truck parts didn cut you a deal, thats the deal i could get if i walked in there? kinda like my rewashable though, but just saying.

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I got mine on Amazon 30 bucks shipped. Got me a wix 46637 for 38 shipped


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Wix says prices are going up across the country. They send out an email once a year explains price increases.

I buy a few at a time directly from their online store.

Nonconformist. Functionality over bling.

My three rules for 7.3l troubleshooting: 1) Replace CPS and keep a spare. 2) Replace FPR and know your fuel pressure. 3) Hook it to a scanner and check for codes.
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