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Old 05-18-2009, 09:16 PM
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What do you guys think of my rad relocate? Cost about $40 to build.
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Old 05-18-2009, 09:48 PM
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Looks good, for $40. Anything to keep it out of the mud and get it some air.
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thats a nice rad relocate,i have the same quad but want to do the same thing because of the over heatin.Did you just new new rad lines or couple the old ones.any advice before i start this project ,thanks.
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Nothing was modified. I just used 2 x 3/4" brass barb fittings to extend the hoses. One thing I did change that you don't see in the pics was add a brass 90 off the top of the rad to elimate that twist had in the hose.
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Old 05-19-2009, 08:28 AM
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looks good. are you going to paint the aluminum?
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I think i'll leave it unpainted. I might cover the left and right sides with aluminum checkerplate.
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looks real good
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Good work...I know I'm glad to have mine done. The days of overheating are gone!
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All you guys running rad relocates, do you ever run in the trees, cause on our ride this weekend I could have really used the rad relocate but I would have been worried about taking it off or puncturing it with the trees we had to run through to get around the really deep holes.
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All you guys running rad relocates, do you ever run in the trees, cause on our ride this weekend I could have really used the rad relocate but I would have been worried about taking it off or puncturing it with the trees we had to run through to get around the really deep holes.

mine has been hit by branches easily 3" in diameter and never had a problem.
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