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Old 02-07-2008, 06:03 AM
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Well I just got my Baldwin filters ordered. I am doing both trucks, the filters ran me $55.24 for 2. Is this a good price? Any tips before I do the install. You guys have convinced me to get away from the K & N. I hope to do some comparison tests and report back with my findings.
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Old 02-07-2008, 06:36 AM
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$55.24 for both filters?! Thats what I paid for one here at NAPA.
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Itís a simple mod and made my truck sound cooler and felt like it gave my truck a little kick.

I ended up cutting away pretty much everything behind the battery. After thinking about it, I should have spent a little more time on it and left some of the air box so the incoming air from the zoodad mod would be directed at the filter a little more. O well some day ill probably end up making something out of metal that will do the same thing.

You will have a sensor that was in the factory airbox, most just zip tie that up out of the way. At first I left mine hanging and after a few days it flopped out and was dangling in the wheel well. Then I tied it up out of the way.
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$55.24 for both filters?! Thats what I paid for one here at NAPA.
Yep I was tickled pink!
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Old 02-07-2008, 07:42 AM
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where did you find em that cheap? I paid that much for one.
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I got mine here:

Air Filters and Breathers - FleetFilter Online Store

the partnumber is 46637. they are listed at $27.33 right now. I think i paid $29 or someting like that? I also got a couple fuel filters at the same time.

good write up in the tech files here:
DIY Intake THANKS Maintain!!
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Old 02-07-2008, 08:10 AM
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where did you find em that cheap? I paid that much for one.
Local Peterbilt dealer.
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I just went to summit and bought the size inlet I wanted and matched up some pipe with it. You can use 4" exhaust tubing, or just go to home depot w/your stock inlet tube and your filter of choice and get something that works. Here is a link to some filters at summit racing . . . Summit Racing - High Performance Car and Truck Parts | 800-230-3030 part# SUM-239302 works good and is only $30.
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