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Anyone ever tried this? Not sure how easy it would be to cut it to match the oem shape but shouldn't be that hard. Trying to find all the options out there.
 

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I bought a fairly large sheet of the orange-ish Uni stuff years ago. I'm not sure which is which but I think it's color coded (red, yellow, greenish blue etc.) according to density. At the time the orange-ish stuff apeared to be about the same density as stock, but I bought it at a shop where I could compare them.



I don't know if ProCycle deals in it, but if they do maybe they could advise you on the various densities.



I cut two exact copies of the O.E.M. filters out of it and we're still using them today.
 

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I used UNI foam to make a filter for my 97, it worked great.
 

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Again, just exploring all options.
 

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Thanks for posting this. I've got a number of things with foam filters...rototiller, pressure washer, snow blower, generators, chainsaws, etc. I've replaced a couple of those with carpet padding foam. I'm sure UNI foam is much better. I gotta get some
 
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