Re: [DML] Radiator replacement issue
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Re: [DML] Radiator replacement issue



cable ties? like, dinosaur sized cable ties?
--- Chris Almy <chris.almy@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I'm in the process of replacing my original
> radiator. While I got the 
> original one out, I ended up breaking the four studs
> that secure the AC 
> condenser to the radiator. Since I would hate to
> have to replace it (along 
> with recharging the AC system) as that is very
> expensive, has anybody come 
> up with another solution to mounting it? I can't be
> the first one to break 
> the studs while removing the radiator. The only
> solution I can think of is 
> to drill a second set of holes and use some nuts and
> bolts to secure it. 
> However, drilling into the condenser would be
> something I would like to 
> avoid if possible!
> 
> Thanks,
> Chris
> VIN 4099
> 
> 
> 
> 






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