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I think I can, it will be tight, butI think there is enough space.

How about draining the radiator, do I have to? The top radiator hose supplies the thermostat housing but the housing is below it, I'm guessing yes, I will have to drain it.



I put uppost earlier about a fan that is running more, I found a OEM switch at Bike bandit for $75 and will order that tomorrow.
 

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If it was me I would go ahead and pull the radiator off , then you can buy the napa hose #7703 I think thats right,

Do a search for after market parts and you'll find lots of info.

Ride Safe, Ray:waving:
 

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Don't remove radiator, just drain coolant
 

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Yes, you can remove the fan switch from the right side without removing the radiator. Drain some coolant, just to get below the level of the switch. I used a socket with a long extension, vaguely remember that 3/4 inch socket fit. You will have a new switch to check the size for sure.
 
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