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CustomGM.com Silverado/Sierra Cabin Air Filter Retrofit

Discussion in 'Site News' started by TheBrettster, Mar 23, 2013.

  1. TheBrettster

    TheBrettster Administrator Staff Member

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    CustomGM.com is proud to annouce that we are selling our very own cabin air filter retrofit for 2003-2007(Classic) NBS Silverado and Sierras.

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    Price is $15.00 Shipped USPS.

    What is included is the door and screw. The door itself is made out of aluminum.

    What is not included, filter. The Filter itself ranges from 13 to 16 dollars.

    AutoZone Part Number for fram is: CAF18121C ($12.99)
    Orielly's: CF10360 (Wix $15.99)

    After 7 months:
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    Installation Instructions: Click Here
     
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  2. Jared

    Jared Administrator Staff Member

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    Woot woot. Finally...I'll take one.
     
  3. AlwaysSomethin

    AlwaysSomethin New Member

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    Better pics of door? Any sort of seal on it?
     
  4. BOO5TED

    BOO5TED Resident Smartass

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    Does it come with the sticker too? :crazy: Do want one, might want to post up the PayPal address.
     
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  5. TheBrettster

    TheBrettster Administrator Staff Member

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    Ill take some more, and yes it does have a gasket I put on.


    You can see it on mine.
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  6. Oktain

    Oktain Canuck Admin Staff Member

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    Added to the wish list for summer projects. Maybe this will cut down on the amount of dust floating around the inside of my cab during the summer.
     
  7. TheBrettster

    TheBrettster Administrator Staff Member

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    I cleaned my vents right after i did this and i never have to clean them again
     
  8. Ginger

    Ginger Bubbles

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    brett,

    is it basically just the plate and the gasket?
     
  9. TheBrettster

    TheBrettster Administrator Staff Member

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    yup all it ever was in the first place
     
  10. Mainermikeyd

    Mainermikeyd New Member

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    Ill take one definitely need one up here in the Northeast
     
  11. coronetrt101

    coronetrt101 New Member

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    Does this work on the new 2013 trucks??
     
  12. Jared

    Jared Administrator Staff Member

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    where the fuck are these? I'll kick Brett in the nuts this weekend when I see him!
     
  13. BOO5TED

    BOO5TED Resident Smartass

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    ^^ x2.
     
  14. coronetrt101

    coronetrt101 New Member

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    I checked out my truck which is a 2013 Silverado K1500 and it looks just like the picts. WHERE CAN I BUY YOUR KIT???
     
  15. goose06

    goose06 New Member

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    I'm also interested in one of these filter doors for my 2011 Sierra. Point me and my $$$ in the right direction.
     
  16. TheBrettster

    TheBrettster Administrator Staff Member

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    Ok getting settled in here. I should be making the doors again really soon. As far as NNBS (07+) goes I dont know if they are the same. I will look under the dash of my truck and see.
     
  17. BOO5TED

    BOO5TED Resident Smartass

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    :happy:
     
  18. Bigmatt

    Bigmatt Boobs

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    I don't think I have ever changed mine. Where exactly is the filter located?
     
  19. Jared

    Jared Administrator Staff Member

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    You can't unless you cut and mod it. Near blower motor.
     
  20. Smith

    Smith Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Would be sweet if you could make one for a NNBS, I've never looked but I know my vents get pretty dusty
     

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