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DIY Intake questions

Hey guys i put a diy intake on my truck and the snow and slushy roads are getting closer is there anything I should do to protect the air filter and engine from all that or am I worrying too much? thanks!
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I think you would be fine. I don't live where snow/slush is a factor though. They make a cover for the 6637 filter you could put on for piece of mind. It is probably more for dirt protection though.
Are you concerned with getting snow/water in your filter?
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baldwin makes a water resistant filter thats pretty much the same as the 6637.
i dont remember the part number just search for it on here.

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I'm in the process of making a blocker out of 24ga galvanized. To block out some of the engine heat and slush/water mud Out of my filter. I'll let you know how I make out.
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ok guys thanks! Yea Im a little concerned with getting water and slush up there I just want to play on the safe side and make sure its going to be ok.
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