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Old February 5th 2006, 01:08
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I was hard at it today. I worked about an hour each day monday-thursday, then I worked 4 hours friday, and another 10 today. So far I figure I have about 30hrs into getting this radiator installed. It would have been faster but I made sure to fix any rust I found, and prime the places that'll be hard to get to after the braket was installed.

I snapped a few pictures just before running out. Not the best or steadiest shots, but they kinda show what's going on. It does look better in person.

Let me know what ya'll think. Be kind, this is the first car I've built by my self.

Thanks Yeti, I figured that the fan would some what obstruct the air going through the radiator, but I thought that it would make the same resistance in front of the radiator as it would the rear. Feel me yo?
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