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Fram AirHog Filters for Rangers - $9!!!!

Well if im looking at it right, Im about to buy an airhog for $9 (p/n PPA8243 for a '05 3.0L). I got the p/n off Rockauto.

They have a bunch of filters for that price, check it out!!


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yeah i just bought a k&n filter for my bronco II for 12.00 bucks
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Nice, i looked up the K&N for mine, $51. $9 sounds much better
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how do you clean those?
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same way as a K&N.

I had one before i put the intake on. I got it for about $10 from wal mart...(breakin' the law putting it into a regular fram box! lol.)
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Theif!! not a bad idea lol
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same way as a K&N.

I had one before i put the intake on. I got it for about $10 from wal mart...(breakin' the law putting it into a regular fram box! lol.)
Dont i have that now?? You mean im driving around with a hot item in my truck!!!oh noes!!!
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so I could use the stuff from my K&N kit (cleaner and oil)
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so I could use the stuff from my K&N kit (cleaner and oil)
Yep.
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Just got me one. $14 and some change. The regular Fram filter from wal-mart is $11 so for $4 extra I have a reusable one. Good find Goody

Can any one find the cleaning kit? I have tried looking online but for some reason I can't find it.

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dunno, i have k&n stuff from my last car im just going to use
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do these make a difference over OEM or do you need a drop in for a difference in sound? and perfomacne
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Dont i have that now?? You mean im driving around with a hot item in my truck!!!oh noes!!!
yes...and ummmm no. lol. grant....my $1200 tv I paid $500 for is hot. lol.

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do these make a difference over OEM or do you need a drop in for a difference in sound? and perfomacne
Little performance gain, but definate upgrade overstock on airflow and being that it's reusable, they last A LONG time.
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I got one from amazon for $15 with shipping for my girls vw. It was definatly due for a new filter. Seemed to make a decent difference in the sound of her intake and gas milage was increased
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great find ordered one for myself and one for my cousins 94 150
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yes...and ummmm no. lol. grant....my $1200 tv I paid $500 for is hot. lol.



Little performance gain, but definate upgrade overstock on airflow and being that it's reusable, they last A LONG time.
I'm thinking about buying a few even with my K&N. Maybe get me 2, and see if my brother wants one for his civic. Thanks Goody.
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My Air Hog filter should be here today. Ordered it Sunday, Shipped Monday and its here 2 days later. I will have to hit up the local auto stores to see if I can find the Fram charger kit. If not then I am just going to use the K&N kit.
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hot darn, good find.
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how do you clean those?

Fram :: How To
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just soap and water and thats it? seems easy enough
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thread is 16 months old, i think the guy either figured out how to clean it or replaced it
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