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Air filter Been in touch with Pipercross who I believe make the air filter for my 404. As I off-road I have to maintain the current airbox. Pipercross only supply to CCM. Is there any other supplier or maybe different air filter that will fit. May have to take the plunge and pay out for the CCM unit (they have us over a barrel as it seems to be a 'made for model' item).

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Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".

To your concern, it would depend:
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