Coolant lines



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  • BULLDOG

Posted March 29, 2001 - 07:44 PM

#1

Humor me folks-
I found the need to put that cool little black flap in front of the airbox (the one that comes with the spoke wrench). When I went to put it on, I noticed the coolant lines had been run right along the top of the frame, directly in the way of my cool little flap. :D Will it hurt to run those lines underneath? Is that where they belong in the first place? I'd hate to think that cool little flap would go unused. I use everything. I use the stock exhaust as a wheel chauk. :D

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  • Dougie

Posted March 29, 2001 - 08:49 PM

#2

I cut mine to allow the rad lines to fit. It works fine that way.




 
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