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Old 02-05-2019, 11:03 PM
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Just wheel the freezers outside where its below freezing anyways
 
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Old 02-06-2019, 03:35 AM
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Can someone tell me what size the top fastener on the DS radiator fan shroud is? Mine went missing sometime in the past 6 months
 
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Can someone tell me what size the top fastener on the DS radiator fan shroud is? Mine went missing sometime in the past 6 months
missing PS fastener Wes? Hate to guess but its either a m8 or m10. Length cant be more than a 20
 
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Old 02-06-2019, 08:28 AM
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Drivers side. Think the others use a 10mm wrench. Haven't messed with the shroud since i blew out between rad/intercooler yeeaars ago. But know i snugged the bolts before our summer cross country trip since pass side was visibly loose. Probably use purple loctite on em this time
 
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Old 02-06-2019, 08:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Wesley Green View Post
Drivers side. Think the others use a 10mm wrench. Haven't messed with the shroud since i blew out between rad/intercooler yeeaars ago. But know i snugged the bolts before our summer cross country trip since pass side was visibly loose. Probably use purple loctite on em this time
ĎI believe they were 10mm, just did water pump. Iíll look when I get home. You need the length too?
 
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Can someone tell me what size the top fastener on the DS radiator fan shroud is? Mine went missing sometime in the past 6 months
Imma need a picture of what it is you're talking about.
 
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yes length of bolt please
 
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yes length of bolt please
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Originally Posted by Wesley Green View Post
yes length of bolt please
Took mine out during my lunch break.

8mm bolt head. It's 1 1/16" from head to toe. The head is 1/8" thick.


Bolt in the shroud.


Close-up of bolt installed.


Bolt removed (captured washer/collar). 8mm bolt head.


Bolt head is 1/8" thick.


Bolt is 1 1/16" long.
 
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Took mine out during my lunch break.

8mm bolt head. It's 1 1/16" from head to toe. The head is 1/8" thick.


Bolt in the shroud.


Close-up of bolt installed.


Bolt removed (captured washer/collar). 8mm bolt head.


Bolt head is 1/8" thick.


Bolt is 1 1/16" long.
ĎNice, itís warmer there than it is here right now.
 
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It's metric so. I believe the diameter is 6 mm. I'm not sure on the thread pitch. And the length is 20 mm.
 
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ĎNice, itís warmer there than it is here right now.
It was below freezing last night. I left the house this morning and it took me 5 minutes to break into my truck since the doors were frozen shut.
 
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ĎNice, itís warmer there than it is here right now.
at least the wind wasnít to bad today. Snow was only about 1Ē up where Iím at.
 
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Woo hoo! Drove 7 hrs today, got a new 5th wheel to tow around this camp season


Now to get the truck ready to tow it....
 
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at least the wind wasnít to bad today. Snow was only about 1Ē up where Iím at.
-29* F here this morning.
 

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