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That's why I routed over the back of the engine so it doesn't get sucked in my the vents or the windows. Also no you don't want a filter on it because when it get wet with water vapor or oil it will eveentual plug up and blow the seals or gaskets on the engine.
Michael Nelson -=- 2002 Dodge Ram Cummins 5.9L -=- 1996 Dodge Ram Magnum 5.9L
I Don't Own A Pavement Princess! I Own A Pair Of Work Trucks!
Look at mopar mans write up, very good details and easy to do. I can't remember if it's on here or his website
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2006 Mega Cab 4x4 Auto: 3" BDS Lift, 2nd Gen Exhaust Manifold, AFE Intake, Pusher Intake Elbow, Silencer ring MIA, 4" MBRP TB exhaust, Mag-Hytec Tranny Pan, Recon smoked cab lights Diesel is a lubricant, Gas is a solvent, you do the logic!
2005 5.9 QCSB 4X4, Black, stock. Sold but not forgotten
2008 6.7 QC 4X4 Big Horn, Mineral Grey, stock except for K&N. Sold
2002 5.9 24 valve 4x4 , silver, short bed sport. Stock for now
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