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Filters and tips came from 2015 grand cherokee altitude v6, filters also work for durangos

Pair of oem black exhaust tips,in pretty good shape, some paint fading on the inside. Were on my 2015 altitude, lokk great, hard to get and never for sale. $165
2 AEM panel filters, replaces stock filter, both used 25k miles. $30 each
2 k&n cai filters with heat shields, used the piping like a jerk for another project, perfect for replacements or make your own intake $45 each.
1 seat belt extender for a kids seat. $10

Parts located in NJ near Metlife stadium

Also have oem all weather mats for a 2016 durango. 70
 

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Ok all looks good.
Any noticeable performance?

But i might ask are those K&N air filters the oil type.
I myself run a washable K&N dry filter on my XJ which basically eliminates eventual oil fouling the MAP sensor.
 

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Ok all looks good.
Any noticeable performance?

But i might ask are those K&N air filters the oil type.
I myself run a washable K&N dry filter on my XJ which basically eliminates eventual oil fouling the MAP sensor.
They are the oil type. I never had an issue, never over oil them and would never have a issue i suppose. Performance, tuff to say, it i had 2 jeeps and a durango, all felt better and def sounds better with a panel filter or the full cai
 

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What ever works is all that matters in the long run!
And thanks for the reply.

Sometimes i wonder though if those CAI filter systems are worth it.
I mean they typically intake not cold air but hot air from the engine compartment.
Best i can tell is they increase the air flow compared to an OEM type filter.
 
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