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Old 11-27-2012, 03:51 PM   #281781
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:52 PM   #281784
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So you were able to take the fan clutch off but not put it back on? It self tightens...that's why it's reverse-threaded...
I get that, but don't I need to at least tighten it up? I wasn't able to get much better than hand tight last night.


Kalim, Any input? Worth driving to someone's house and rent it for 5 min's for $10?
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Don't you have like 5 cars?
meh, only 5 running at the moment guy wants me to drive to his house to use it
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:54 PM   #281788
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So you were able to take the fan clutch off but not put it back on? It self tightens...that's why it's reverse-threaded...
lol, good point.
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...and the fan clutch tool is an essential for anyone with an automatic.

Hey guys (Albeeeeee!)...long time no speak!
Found one on ebay, will be ordering, just want to get this thing on the road though.
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:55 PM   #281790
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I raffed at that.
That isn't a joke. Trolling the site sponsors will not be tolerated. 2 points for thread pollution.
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Take the QT.

Need to finish the throttle cable, and tune it. All effort has been diverted to women, guns, traveling and bmw. Maybe get it done this weekend.
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Why so much effort to fix it right away then?
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Huge weight and power difference, so it was somewhat interesting.
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:57 PM   #281795
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Why so much effort to fix it right away then?
Tired of taking my dad's Lexus (feel bad)
Hate my moms minivan
Porsche/Ducati/Challenger wern't designed to be daily drivers
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Why so much effort to fix it right away then?
Because Frank can't take either of the speedsters or the challenger out, to many accidents occur from people looking at their awesomeness

especially the challenger
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I just have to drive there to go use it. I'm sure it'll be fine lol
You have an electric fan. Just hope it still works.
Heat on full blast.
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Because Frank is driving to a guy's house.


You didn't get the answer with that?
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Because Frank can't take either of the speedsters or the challenger out, to many accidents occur from people looking at their awesomeness

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This has happened
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...and the fan clutch tool is an essential for anyone with an automatic.

Hey guys (Albeeeeee!)...long time no speak!
Or an M3.
But really just the wrench part. There are alternatives to the holding tool.
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