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Old 04-10-2019, 07:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for after market air filter/housing that works

Hello, first post on DP. I am trying to relocate my fuel filter to the front of the engine with a Western Diesel relocating kit. With the bracket installed the air filter housing hits it which makes it not line up with the air inlet circle in the hood or line up with the driver side mounting bracket.
My question is, does anybody know of an after market air intake system the will fit a 2004.5 Kodiak that would give me enough room to move the fuel filter to the front of the engine?
I have heard a lot of guys in here talk about how poorly the after market filters filter the air, but I am hoping there is something out there that works. Where the fuel filter is now I can't reach it to bleed the system without removing several pieces in the way.
Any insight or help would be greatly, greatly appreciated!

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