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Replacing Wet Type To Dry(air Cleaner Element)

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Who has converted their wet(oil)type air cleaner to dry type in a B Model? If you have what is the part number of the air cleaner your using? I'm lazy today and don't want to do a bunch of investingating.

Thanks.

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Barry lists a cartridge type canister for B models on B model store parts page.

150 Dry Element Air Cleaner (Looks Like Oil Bath) $320.00 ea

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Who has converted their wet(oil)type air cleaner to dry type in a B Model? If you have what is the part number of the air cleaner your using? I'm lazy today and don't want to do a bunch of investingating.

Thanks.

Rick, awhile back i bought a Donaldson FWA12-0003 from my local mack dealer. Ron

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I would like to do the same with my 1969R. I like the stack and would like to keep it looking stock from the outside but use a replaceable filter inside. Anyone done it?

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I purchased one of those from Barry for my '64 B61 and am very happy with it....I didn't like the price but oh well........

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