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Jun 6, 2003
does anyone know a site for these i checked newegg and they only have a small sample of them and xoxide went of business recently =(. I've notice that my room in this new house has alot more dust and what not compared to my old house so i'm taking precaution with filters to keep it some what clean inside.


Destroyer of Empires and Use
May 15, 2006
Petra's Tech Shop
Jab Tech

Not listed in any particular order.


Nov 16, 2007
Twin Cities MN
Why not make your own.....

I use foam air conditioner filters (can be bought for a few $$ at most hardware stores) It is easy to cut to shape. 60.jpg

All I did was cut the filter to the size of the metal grill. I used Tacky Glue® (sticks to most materials and dries clear - wonderful stuff.) around each metal ring and set it on the cut filter and weighted it down for a few hours and Ta-da!:rock: When they get dirty you can simply wash it out under running watter.