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post #1 of 7 Old 06-14-2012, 03:03 PM Thread Starter
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6637 question

Put me new 6637 filter in today
It's a little snug, normal?

And what does a guy do with the little sensor from air box?

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[QUOTE=carazola;3117568]Put me new 6637 filter in today
It's a little snug, normal?

And what does a guy do with the little sensor from air box?

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Snug fit for the 6637 is ok. As for the sensor, I zip tied mine to a bracket holding relays just behind the filter. Never had a problem.
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yeah, even with air box out she was a little snug under the hood, i also sip tied the thingamajig up!
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looking at getting a intake system...Do you guys have any issues with this type of filter sucking up water if your driving in the rain? I was leaning more to a self contained system that would use the stock inlets..
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Mines never gotten wet. My brothers did one time when he crossed a creek at a high rate of speed. But his fender well has about two inches trimmed off at the bottom.


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My 6637 has never got wet even when off road and in the fields.
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Nope, no water or snow ingestion problems for me.
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