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351C Fan Removal
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OK...not to sound like an idiot but I am pretty green when it comes to this stuff.   Huh

I've loosened the 4 bolts going from the front of the fan into the spacer and water pump.  Now what other trick is there to getting this off?  I'm obviously missing something here....  Rather than fiddle with it I figured I'd turn to the trusted forums so I can be schooled yet again.
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#2
If the bolts are out and the belt is loose its just set up, in other words beat it like it owes you money.
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#3
beat it politely like it owes you money but you wanna get paid. Do it mafia style with a rubber hammer.
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(01-25-2018, 09:40 PM)libram Wrote: beat it politely like it owes you money but you wanna get paid. Do it mafia style with a rubber hammer.

Haha

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#5
It should come off. Tap it with a hammer?

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#6
Start it. It will go through the radiator, but it will be off. Smile
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#7
Yeah that worked guys...I gave it a polite beating and it came off! So that's what those rubber hammers are for! Lol Thanks...I guess I just needed a push in the right direction.
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(01-26-2018, 12:42 AM)ITMike5.0 Wrote: Yeah that worked guys...I gave it a polite beating and it came off!  So that's what those rubber hammers are for!  Lol  Thanks...I guess I just needed a push in the right direction.

Bravo devil
now that you're brave wanna come and wet sand some drip rail channels for me Smile
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(01-26-2018, 12:22 AM)rcadd1ct Wrote: Start it.  It will go through the radiator, but it will be off.  Smile

LOL...this guy  rofl
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(01-26-2018, 12:43 AM)libram Wrote:
(01-26-2018, 12:42 AM)ITMike5.0 Wrote: Yeah that worked guys...I gave it a polite beating and it came off!  So that's what those rubber hammers are for!  Lol  Thanks...I guess I just needed a push in the right direction.

Bravo devil
now that you're brave wanna come and wet sand some drip rail channels for me Smile

Sounds like a learning experience to me...but probably some tedious work!  Hey...I am getting brave though.  I ordered a welder a couple hours ago!  Cool
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