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04-21-2008 05:05 PM
parrot head
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Originally Posted by MCG View Post
That might do the job but the problem with the mud it is the the cooling fun push all the mud in to the radiator!! the exterior side of the radiator its easy to handle .
Thanks.
Umm, the cooling fan pulls air through the radiator it does not push
04-21-2008 12:26 PM
George T. maybe put some type of rubber piece that spans the gap under the radiator to the engine?
04-21-2008 11:53 AM
MCG
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Originally Posted by DiPietro View Post
Grill guard??
That might do the job but the problem with the mud it is the the cooling fun push all the mud in to the radiator!! the exterior side of the radiator its easy to handle .
Thanks.
04-21-2008 11:47 AM
DiPietro Grill guard??
04-21-2008 11:19 AM
Vector6 drive slower threw the mud
04-21-2008 11:04 AM
MCG
Radiator Question

Any tip in How to avoid Mud to get in to the radiator cells? or what to do to minimize that???
As today what we do is drive to the closer car wash and pressure wash the radiator but if there is no carwash close the Jeep's starts to over heat.
Mud is something that you have to go thru if you wheel in FL.
Thanks.

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