I have a 4010 that I have been pulling with, I believe the stock intake filter, wire mesh is partially plugged, can I remove the wire mesh in the canister without having to cut it apart? It has to be interchangeable right?
Re: 4010 intake in reply to Cody Meister 2, 08-28-2014 12:10:57
You can take a thin chisel and cut the spot welds and then take the wire mesh out. Why would you use it anyway? Get a K-N filter at a motorcycle shop put it on the carb or intake if it is a diesel. If it is a diesel get a later intake from a 30 series.Flows a lot more air.
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