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Old June 19th, 2017, 22:19
burntkat burntkat is offline
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Re: CSF 3 Row Radiator the best way to go?

One thing I'm finding handy for such info is a cheap. Knockoff gopro mounted to film the object in question, so I can then go out and reproduce the offending clank or torque on the drive train to induce movement if at all. Ie, power braking forward and backwards to check lateral movement. I never had a doubt about fore and aft movement once I heard the telltale sound of flex fan eating radiator. Had I this concern now. I'd film it while commuting and review afterwards. You can get them for about 30 bucks on Amazon.
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