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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Yes have thought about that. But will wait to see how this new fan setup goes. Took it for a spin today. Looks promising. And I thought the G35 on a fully locked viscous hub was noisy. Gawd! I sound like a whistling hovercraft now.
    Good that you have observed some improvement Mark.

    In line with what @PeeBee stated, checked my CRD fan blades_ would be lucky to covered 50% by the cowl skirt and radial tip clearance is nom 25mm (different eng mount and other flex characteristics but just reference info).

    Guess U can only give a deeper cowl a go might even quiet it down a bit.

    Mentioned it as in early 80's, I put a 4 cyl B series diesel in my FJ45 swb (two less cylinders than the original 2F petrol)_cowl extension made up using galvanized sheet/metal pop riveted in place, did not have a nutsert tool then.

    So now, with the noise from the fan and the resonance from the CC cooler she must be buzzing with noise now mate.
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    I've got the same fan along with the thermostat he sells too. Generally hovers between 85 and 90 deg and you can hear the fan come in and out occasionally. Haven't towed with it yet though.
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    Nice fans Mark. A good mate of mine organized a set of them for me
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    Mudski GU Build Thread

    Patrol’s out.
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    Roof racks in. Needs some serious loving.
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    Sorry I meant nice belts lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    Sorry I meant nice belts lol.

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    I thought that’s what you were talking about.


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    Giving the old ally rack a second lease on life. Old love to replace it but I can’t justify the dollars on a new one.
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    Solar pane back on and spade bracket.
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    Awnings will go back on later, and the light bar is fubar. Copped a hit from a stone or something. Might have to go visit Paul from LED Light Co for a new one at sometime.


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    Side awning I found was falling apart. Three rivets had broken away from the back ally support.
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    Drilled them out and right through the support and bolted it back together.




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    The rear awning bag is a bit worse for wear. So I sprayed it with some water proofing spray in the hope it will help some how.
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