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S&B REPLACEMENT FILTERS-Hey Nick!

Discussion in 'Lubrication & Maintenance' started by PenguinLTZ, Feb 16, 2018.

  1. PenguinLTZ

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    We were yakkin' in the oil change thread about replacement filters for my CAI
    The S&B element # is KF-106D2

    Do you have something for this?

    Filter Type Dry Filter
    Type of Flange Offset Round Flange ID (a3) 5.5"
    Flange Height (a4) 1"
    Type of Top Silicone
    Filter Height (a5 / d5) 8"
     
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  2. Black02Silverado

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    Let me find out. I'll get back on this.:)
     
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    The 5.5" is the bastard. I can only find 5 or 6. Why do I always get stuck with the weird, unobtainable off-size crap?
     
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    OK I'm back. No filter for this. Goes from a 4" ID to 6" ID Here is a link to the chart.

    Sorry that we didn't have anything. I guess there isn't enough of a need to carry a full line for all aftermarket CAI.

    https://www.amsoil.com/lit/databulletins/g2241.pdf
     
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    Thanks, man! I really wanted a Donaldson Power Core, but they skip that size, too.

    I am going to look for a way to put a 5.5 piece of silicone hose on the box flange, and clamp a 6" Amsoil to it. If I can do it securely, with no leaks, we may have a winner
     
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    That sounds like a plan. :thumbs:
     
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    get that shit figured out quick! I've got my requests for quotes out to vendors, and the S&B is on it. guess I'll check out what the other options are before I buy.
     
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    No, it's fine, bud. There are plenty of S&B filters to go in that box. You can go cotton, or paper. I have the paper filter. I was looking for the extended life replacement, so I could go 50K miles. This one has 10K, now, and I need to change it.
    https://www.sbfilters.com/replacement-filter-dry-extendable-kf-1062d



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    ah roger that! :)
     
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    I had a Donaldson Powercore on mine... You need the volant part number for it... I'll see if I can dig it up

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