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Old 12-23-2006
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E-fan question

I orderd the electric fan form junses modified and im going to be installing it tommorow and im not sure if i like the way it mounts. Has anyone had problems with the tie wrap things that go through the radiator. a buddy of mine told me that he had his mouted like that and they wore into the radiator. i just wanted to see if anyone had a problem thanks
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itll be fine... just make sure you only go through the radator and not the a/c thing like me...


as long as theyre tight they wont do any harm to the fins at all...
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