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Cab filters for pickups and trucks

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Cal

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Some of the newer pickups come with cabin filters that need to be changed ever so often. The newer Dodges, as well as older for that matter, don't. I got sick of all the dust that was always in the ventilation system so stuck one of these filters on my Dodge yesterday.
http://www.nemr.net/~cabfresh/
Click on the "Cab Air Filters" in the upper left hand corner.
 

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thanks Cal, looks like a good thing, our trucks end up with so much dust in them you can't stand to turn the fan on.
 

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Thanks for the information Cal,something like that will be mighty handy on these caliche roads.................good luck
 

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Got the two piece unit and two replacement filters for the Dodge for about $60. It just snapped on over the cab air intake.
 

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What do you do with the rust holes in the floor?????
 

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GMC trucks have had a filter system in them since at least 2001. When you don't get much air from the blower, its time to change them - or at least blow them out with compressed air.
 

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