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Old 05-27-2017, 10:30 AM   #1
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Hello from South Carolins question about filter

I am new to the thread having just bought our second Montana fifth wheel I was wondering about some of the new features of our Montana. We have a 2015 3611 RL towing with a modified F250 diesel. I say modified I added a leaf spring to the rear to accommodate the extra weight of the 3611. I also added an auxiliary 32 gallon transfer tank to help out the 26 gallon OEM that came with the truck.

I love the fact I can now go about six hundred miles between fuel stops. This way I can stop for fuel when I want to, not when I have to. Anyway I have a question about the A/C vent filter in the ceiling. I pulled the filters down from the ceiling and they were very dirty, don't think they have ever been cleaned since it was new. The filters have a cardboard frame to which the filter is stapled to. I cleaned then, but they really need replacing. I have looked on the internet and at Home Depot and am unable to find anything that I can use. Has anyone solved this problem with replacement filters?
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Old 05-27-2017, 01:22 PM   #2
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yep

I saw this filter material on line at some point, I think if you look you`ll find it or you could take a high end house filter a cut it to fit.
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Old 05-28-2017, 06:33 AM   #3
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I use a product from Home Depot, but you have to cut to size.
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I use a product from Home Depot, but you have to cut to size.
I went to Home Depot but didn't see anything like the material I was looking for.
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Old 05-29-2017, 10:12 AM   #6
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I took mine off the cardboard backing and washed them in the sink. Used Blue Dawn. Let them sit for an hour or so rinse and let try. Stapeled them Bach on the cardboard. Worked great.
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I took mine off the cardboard backing and washed them in the sink. Used Blue Dawn. Let them sit for an hour or so rinse and let try. Stapeled them Bach on the cardboard. Worked great.
That is what I did.
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