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Best cabin air filter.

Which filter works the best for the cabin air filter or are they all the same?
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Some have carbon, some don't. Some have better filtering than others. Some cost more than others.


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The best one is the cheapest one. I pampered my Lexus and followed dealership advice and did their 50 dollar cabin filter replacement.

I got one for the Tundra for under 10 at Walmart, and can't tell a bit of difference over "factory" or from previous experience with Lexus.
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best thing to do is get a reusable filter that you would use for house ac and create your own. itll cost you like 20 bucks and you can use it over and over.
Plus 20 in. x 25 in. x 1 in. Adjustable FPR 4 Air Filter-WPLUSFPR at The Home Depot

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I got 4 from "Logical-Source" for $34.19 shipped to my house. Not too bad of a deal but you need to order at least 3 or 4 or the shipping eats up the savings.
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trust me, go with the reusable one and you will never look back. one of the best bang for the buck mod.

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trust me, go with the reusable one and you will never look back. one of the best bang for the buck mod.
Thats my plan when its time to replace the damn thing again.

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How often are you guys replacing your cabin filter?

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I've been pulling mine every 6 months.

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How often are you guys replacing your cabin filter?
shouldnt have to do it very often. maybe every 30k miles? but with the reusable one it wouldnt hurt to clean it every 10k miles as it takes only a few minutes to take out and clean.

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best thing to do is get a reusable filter that you would use for house ac and create your own. itll cost you like 20 bucks and you can use it over and over.
Plus 20 in. x 25 in. x 1 in. Adjustable FPR 4 Air Filter-WPLUSFPR at The Home Depot
Exactly what I did. I wash it out every year with my AFE Stage II CAI:


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Exactly what I did. I wash it out every year with my AFE Stage II CAI:

perfect! thanks for providing the photos. i did this in my tacoma but since i dont need it on my truck yet i havent done it.

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Wow, you guys must live in the cleanest part of the country. Mine gets loaded with bugs, leaves & pollen over spring/summer.

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I don't remember that my old Tundra's filter was washable, but the instructions in my 2012 tell you how to clean and reuse the filter.

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