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i wana go get a bhaf for my truck tonight, wich one is the best and what is a prt number for it, thanks.
 

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Here ya go all the numbers you could ever need :thumbsup:!!!

WIX 42790
Donaldson B105006
Baldwin PA2820
Hastings AF1012
DONALDSON ECB105006
Fleetguard # AH19037
Napa # 2790
Carquest # 87790
Big A # 93790
CATERPILLAR# 3I0005
FLEETRITE # AHR819037
LUBER-FINER# LAF2531
 
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the 2790 from napa is huge!!!haha
 

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Just paid $37 for a 2790 here--Napa is having a half off sale now:party018:
must be a regional thing. i called about one yesterday and it was like $82.70. so, i ended up getting one from vulcan since they are just down the road anyway.
 

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::thumbsup:: I run napa 6637 .. Works great
 

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Bringing back an old thread... These parts numbers listed, do they correspond with the factory size intake tube? Does a BHAF have to ran with a factory tube? I have an aftermarket kit and don't own the factory tube, do they make any that would fit an aftermarket tube, or just the stock? What is the stock size tube? Diameter wise, thanks
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I have only seen about 4 styles, and prefer the Wix 42790 myself. Which I believe is the same as the Napa 2790.
 

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Yes, the WIX 42790 and Napa 2790 are the same filter and I prefer that one as well. It is the largest BHAF you can fit under the hood.

The stock airtube has a 4" diameter. All of the part #'s listed on page one use this diameter and fit directly on the end of the stock air tube. If you have an aftermarket air tube that has a 4" inlet then one of these filters "should" fit onto it. Worst case scenario you might have to try to find a used stock air tube to use the BHAF or there are plenty of guys that have used some 4" tube/bends and clamps to make their own.
 

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Thanks for the info, hypertech! I will have to look into that. I really appreciate it.
Chris
 
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