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Old 06-12-2012, 05:38 PM
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DIY intake with Donaldson filter

I just got my Donaldson B085011 filter in the mail today and I wanna do the 6637 intake. Does anyone have a good write up with parts and pictures? Also what have people done to keep filter in place? Do I have to make a bracket? This will b my first mod after installing my gauges and I would love some helpful advice everyone! Thank you in advance for any replies!
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Just did this not too long ago, its really easy. I bought my 'intake kit' from riffraff diesel and they include an instruction sheet with it. I have attached a copy of it to this post. There really isn't anything that holds the filter in place except the intake tube, it doesn't really have anywhere to go. Mine has been fine for about a month now. The only thing i may consider doing later on is making some sort of shield, maybe out of lexan or diamond plate, to "enclose it" just alittle bit right where the hood and fender meet just to keep it dry when its raining. not that i have had a problem with it, it's just a weak point that i noticed with this set up
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Just did this not too long ago, its really easy. I bought my 'intake kit' from riffraff diesel and they include an instruction sheet with it. I have attached a copy of it to this post. There really isn't anything that holds the filter in place except the intake tube, it doesn't really have anywhere to go. Mine has been fine for about a month now. The only thing i may consider doing later on is making some sort of shield, maybe out of lexan or diamond plate, to "enclose it" just alittle bit right where the hood and fender meet just to keep it dry when its raining. not that i have had a problem with it, it's just a weak point that i noticed with this set up
Thank you so much! This is a great help! Do you know where I can get a filter cover like the one on riffraff?
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You can buy the riffraff cover seperatly from thier website.

I also did a write up on the diy intake, its for my obs, but its not diff on an sd. Here is the link....

www.powerstroke.org/forum/showthread.php?t=248187


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You can buy the riffraff cover seperatly from thier website.

I also did a write up on the diy intake, its for my obs, but its not diff on an sd. Here is the link....

6637 DIY Intake filter install/change - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum


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Thank you! This will b very helpful as well
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