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raised radiator

i have the 3" body lift and i raised my radiator. i was wondering if people that have done this had cut their shroud to go back on. i didnt and it runs quite a bit hotter
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cut it how? all i did was raise mine and i had no change in temp.
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im runnin quite a bit hotter on highway or going up steep long hills., cut out the bottom? i didnt know if anybody had the same problem
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