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Old 09-18-2010, 09:13 PM   #1
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Best place to get Air Filters - Engine and Cabin?

Where's the best place to get air filters for my '09?

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Old 09-18-2010, 10:07 PM   #2
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I bought my AFE pro dry S from streetsideauto.com

Cheapest I could find at the time.
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Old 09-19-2010, 01:01 AM   #4
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if you search around here, you will find OEM cabin filters for like $4/each...
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Amazon.com has cheap cabin filters at like $9 each.
still more expensive than here...
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Thanks guys...

Think I'll order a couple of the $4 ones...

Still can't decide on engine air filter, though... I've always run a CAI on my other trucks, but can't afford one right now... What about just a fram or similar?
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Instead of a Fram, why not a Toyota? Denso Toyota filters are supposed to be pretty good, and the last one I bought was made in USA.
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Instead of a Fram, why not a Toyota? Denso Toyota filters are supposed to be pretty good, and the last one I bought was made in USA.
They were ~$25 at the dealership...

At that price, I would rather spend $50 on an AFE Pro dry reusable...
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They were ~$25 at the dealership...

At that price, I would rather spend $50 on an AFE Pro dry reusable...
They are expensive, but people seem to think they are worth the premium. They do seem very nice, but I have not compared them to Fram or the other aftermarket makers.

I certainly understand that thought.
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Does anybody have the part number for the AFE Pro Dry S for the 4.0L?
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still more expensive than here...
This site sells them dirt cheap! I bought a couple of them. lol
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TRDparts4u.com typically has the best prices on genuine Toyota parts. I order oil filters bulk from them. I'd say stay with genuine Toyota filters. They don't look as sexy as some of the aftermarket stuff, but Toyota knows what the fuck they're doing in the engineering department. If you compare the OEM stuff to aftermarket stuff, you'll notice how much more filter element there is in the Denso items.

For air, I have the re-usable TRD CAI, which is just washed/re-oiled as needed. You hear a lot of griping about "over oiling", but you have to be clueless to do it. I just gave it its first clean a couple weeks ago and it's a cinch if you use some common sense.
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Does anybody have the part number for the AFE Pro Dry S for the 4.0L?
i know its late, but for people that are searching...its 31-10114
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I bought my AFE pro dry S from streetsideauto.com

Cheapest I could find at the time.

+1 just ordered mine from here. Used coupon SAVE and saved extra 10%, total was $54 shipped. Autoanything is almost $70 shipped.
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