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Old 07-17-2018, 09:06 PM   #1
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98 275 hp ISB Cummins air filter

The 98 discovery is my 6th motorhome but my first pusher. Lots of learning, lots of issues. I put it in the shop for an oil change, all filters and to fix a 6 monthold leaking onan. Everything went well except the air filter. The Nw Cummins shop cant find a replacement for the one in it. I was surprised it actually has a cone shaped filter similar to a k&N instead of one the shape of the canister or even a whole new one piece canister. Does anyone have a clue? I thought about cleaning the cone shaped one but it is dirty and greasy. maybe hot tank? Any help appreciated.
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Could you add some info about your coach

Chassis manufacturer?
Floor plan ? Some MHs with bedroom slides used different air intake plumbing and filters than those without.
Any chance you could post a picture of the existing filter and where it mounts.
Could be what's there is an aftermarket replacement for the factory unit.
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Could you add some info about your coach

Chassis manufacturer?
Floor plan ? Some MHs with bedroom slides used different air intake plumbing and filters than those without.
Any chance you could post a picture of the existing filter and where it mounts.
Could be what's there is an aftermarket replacement for the factory unit.

1998 Fleetwood Discovery 36T on a Freightliner XC chassis. The filter canister is attached on the drivers side of the motor accessed by the rear basement door. The canister housing has a 5 inch exit to the motor, a 12 inch intake from the side vent and is roughly 20 inched long I was told by cummins it is an after market performance filter and not the original so they have no part numbers to go by.
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Last 6 digits of your vin and call FCC In Gaffney, SC. They are very helpful
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Old 07-22-2018, 09:44 AM   #5
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It appears to be a magnum hd
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It appears to be a magnum hd
AFE 18 tall/long, 10 inch down to 7 inch
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Old 07-22-2018, 05:43 PM   #8
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I TREATED IT LIKE A K&N, CLEANED IT, OILED IT AND PUT IT BACK IN.

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so, the part number took 2 minutes to get SAR-114810-003



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