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this is what I did (archive)

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Posted by PhilV on June 30, 2001 at 19:36:30:

In Reply to: For those of you with 320i radiators.... posted by Seth Ragona on June 30, 2001 at 19:26:58:

I trimmed a little sheet metal from the left side
since the 320 rad. is a little wider. then I used
new bolts and some fuel line as a spacer between the radiator tabs and the body. cut the hose a little long so it compresses when you tighten the bolt. I was considering doing brackets which I had made but this was so much faster and simpler to do that I went this route.
I left the shroud and fan off and mounted an electric fan in front of the radiator.

How did you mount the Radiator? Did you use those little rubber bolt things and use the tabs for the fan shroud, or did you find something more elegant?
Seth Ragona
'72 with no radiator!!!

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