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Old 03-07-2010, 07:39 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Free To Canoe View Post
Thanks for the link on the Dempster Hwy! Great adventure I bet. Got the old travel juices going. Probably worth it's own thread. I did a search and Yakers threatened to do this trip. I wonder if he went? Wonder if he took his Kayak?

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Yep, retired in 08 and did the Dempster Hwy & a bit more of Canada & Alaska:
Driving to the Arctic
That was wettest year on record so serious mud & not dust.
Now to keep relevant to the OP, my Jeep and my 85 VW bus do not have cabin filters, wish they did, would have been useful when off roading and at Burning Man.

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Old 03-08-2010, 08:42 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by TromboneAl View Post
"Toyota Cabin Air Filters play a vital role in maintaining healthy, clean air inside every Toyota vehicle. They trap dust, odors, pollen and many other irritating or harmful particles, ensuring that drivers and passengers enjoy a more pleasant journey."
Toyota cabin air filters require changing more often than other models due to:

1. Increased intake velocity due to sudden acceleration.
2. Owners sh*tting themselves when they can't get the car to stop...

I hear Toyota is coming up with a scented air filter to mask their problems. Makes everything smell like sakura season....

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