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Ford AIS extended life filter kit

Just ordered the AIS kit for my truck found a pretty good deal at dieselfiltersonline.com the cost was 189.99. That is the cheapest I have found.
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That's better than I got, mine was $224.53 at RiffRaff, free shipping though...

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Try Rock Auto - about $182 plus shipping
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whats the reason behind not going with a S&B intake or other similar?

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whats the reason behind not going with a S&B intake or other similar?
It doesn't look like a "kid" has been working on your truck, and flows as much or More than those filters do...
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It doesn't look like a "kid" has been working on your truck, and flows as much or More than those filters do...
you forgot that it also cleans the air better than any other.

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I know, it's an old thread. I am thinking of going from 6637 to the AIS simply for the cleaner look. However, I have a question regarding plumbing from the box to the turbo. PO had a K&N filter mounted to a K&N tube, but the tube isn't for the 7.3. I don't know what it is for, but it's not for the 7.3. What is the proper replacement piece?

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I know, it's an old thread. I am thinking of going from 6637 to the AIS simply for the cleaner look. However, I have a question regarding plumbing from the box to the turbo. PO had a K&N filter mounted to a K&N tube, but the tube isn't for the 7.3. I don't know what it is for, but it's not for the 7.3. What is the proper replacement piece?
This is the stock tube that goes from the filter to the metal sleeve that houses the CCV.

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I also have a AIS system sitting in my shed that i replaced with a 6637. I thought it was the stock air box until i took it out and wondered what the huge blue filter was. Sitting in my shed collecting dust. Right offer might motivate me to sell it. I also get 75% off UPS through my work so cheap shipping. Can take picks if anyone interested. Pretty sure the filter was fairly new.

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