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Old 10-13-2008, 04:34 PM
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I have a Air kit on my02 Ranger it has a cone style filter and I was wounding how I could keep the air take tube and just replace the filter with a paper element? has any one done this?
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You have two options. Either spec out a cone filter by going through Frams or the likes catalogs or build an airbox for a flat paper filter to sit in. If you go the airbox route, try fit the factory filter, so if you sell it, the next owner can replace it easily.
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Just replace it with an AEM dryflow filter, it doesn't need oiling. They make cone filters for just about all intakes and have dryflow cone filters in several sizes.
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I looked in to them and wow, they are great looking filter I i'm sold in the no Oil part.
Thanks a bunch man
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