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Re: WD adjustable fan blade?

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01-13-2003 19:04:37

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Did you have the fan blade off when you changed the radiator? Is it possible that it is turned around backwards? I have made this mistake before was really worried that I had been sold the wrong water pump for a pick up one time turned out I had the fan backwards.

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Greg (TX)

01-14-2003 08:18:28

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 Re: Re: WD adjustable fan blade? in reply to Sid , 01-13-2003 19:04:37  
Thank you for the suggestion but I didn't remove the fan blade during installation. In re-examing the situation it appears as though the engine is offcenter such that the front is lower than it should be. The hand crank doesn't line up either. It looks like new engine mounts or customizing the radiator bolt holes in the frame.
Thank you for your help.

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John Rogers

01-30-2003 11:16:36

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 Re: Re: Re: WD adjustable fan blade? in reply to Greg (TX), 01-14-2003 08:18:28  
Greg; If the crank doesnt line up it appears to me that the bolts holding the front support angle to the side rails are loose or possibly the shims between the front motor casting and the angle iron are missing. Good luck. John

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