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That looks real good Bob.:a ction:


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Good going Bob. Looks great. Congrats
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This is a great thread Todd, well done and thanks. Any chance of the moderators making it a sticky?

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Is there any detailed pics of that neat mounting system?


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Todd I fastened my fan to the heat shield,,,,Why???? Because I can no other reason, I wanted to have three good braces and that sucker is strong and set also because I don't have a welding machine,,,I need one of thoses things...
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Thats creative thinking there Martin, keep us posted on how this fan mount works. what are you using for the fan shroud?
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Is there any detailed pics of that neat mounting system?
If your talking about mine, I just used a mounting kit. Then I took the old screen and tried my best to cut out the circumference of the fan for a fit. Here's a pic. of the mounting fit, really neat!! EnjoyBob
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I just got the wiring done from the alt. to the battery, with a 50-amp reset fuse. I took and old plastic medicine container and enclosed the rectifier plug ( used dielectric on the plug ). I also used a container to encase the fuse and one end of another container to cover the exposed alt. bolt. The container used for the fuse and alt. bolt is from the wife's hair coloring kit that holds the plastic gloves. I also removed the rectifier and will store it on the bike, just in case!!! Later Bob
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