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Old 03-11-2013, 08:51 AM   #11  
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Moose would you happen to have the partnumber for that filter handy? I know you posted it before but search is failing me.
EAAU6080 - I ordered one right after I saw Moose's original post. 6" inlet, 8" element length
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Thank you, sir.
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Old 03-11-2013, 12:53 PM   #13  
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I use a Green Filerts USA filter
http://www.greenfilterusa.com/

I got them to custom make it, I wanted a dual cone with roughly the same dimensions as the C&L filter.
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EAAU6080 - I ordered one right after I saw Moose's original post. 6" inlet, 8" element length

That's the one.

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I use a Green Filerts USA filter
http://www.greenfilterusa.com/

I got them to custom make it, I wanted a dual cone with roughly the same dimensions as the C&L filter.
Ford_Dude post a pic of that green filter! Isn't it just a K&N with green oil? The amsoil EA filter is made by Donaldson. It uses the same synthetic nano fiber technology as the M1 tanks.

In case you need an air filter for your tank, you can find one on ebay for cheap.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Donaldson-Ul...-/400405763648

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I'll get a pic this weekend
Green claims they use a differant method to make it and no its not just green oil.

Green's claim is that
1. they use a better rubber method that doesn't wick up into the filter freeing up more usable surface.
2. They use a better method form weaving the cloth (woven with course and fine vs just using gause.)
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