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    Default 2000 Vmax 600 air intake filter needed

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    Looking for a replacement intake filter. New one's are $50 so my buddy doesn't want to spend that much. Anybody know of a good use one or how to repair this current one?

    8CH-14450-00-00
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    The best and cheapest way I found is buy a pre-filter for a shop vac and a cheap hot glue gun. It took me about a 1/2 hr. to cut and glue the material for the first one I did and 10 minutes for others after that. I think the pre-filter cost around $6 and maybe $10 for the hot glue gun. It's held up well as I'm on the 3rd season doing this.shopvac.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hdog3385 View Post
    The best and cheapest way I found is buy a pre-filter for a shop vac and a cheap hot glue gun. It took me about a 1/2 hr. to cut and glue the material for the first one I did and 10 minutes for others after that. I think the pre-filter cost around $6 and maybe $10 for the hot glue gun. It's held up well as I'm on the 3rd season doing this.shopvac.jpg
    I went the same route and I'm going on season 4 with my DIY filter still intact. It's holding up nicely so far!!

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    Various Aquarium filters are thin enough. A clean surface and hot glue is fine.
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