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Old 28th February 2014, 23:27   #91
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Can you share the details of this blower ? I am planning for an AC in my jeep this blower looks good and I think it can be fit in My Jeep CJ7 type dash.

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What detail you want? Make is enough? This is not a branded model, but Tobias from wecool will be able to help you. Specifics will share over the weekend, since Spidey is parked at my parents house.
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What detail you want? Make is enough? This is not a branded model, but Tobias from wecool will be able to help you. Specifics will share over the weekend, since Spidey is parked at my parents house.
How is the performance and reliability of the Blower? I am using Scorpio Compressor (its already there on the engine) with Thar CRDe condenser (not yet bought) will it be ok to use with this blower ?. What will be the price ? where can I get this blower in Bangalore ? can you share the address or contact details of wecool ?

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How is the performance and reliability of the Blower? I am using Scorpio Compressor (its already there on the engine) with Thar CRDe condenser (not yet bought) will it be ok to use with this blower ?. What will be the price ? where can I get this blower in Bangalore ? can you share the address or contact details of wecool ?

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Blower is working fine till date, the speed calibration is not that great, ie the difference between 1-2-3 but throw is really good. Slightly loud but on an offroad vehicle one does not notice the same. It was part of the whole kit so no exact split up, but was accounted at about 5-6k, blower with the coil inside.

Wecool 080 25364270 Tobias is a malayali.
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Jaggu, selling the Spidey. If only your Gypsy was near my locality, would surely give it a thought of buying. Any way of transporting the Gypsy in West Bengal? Also would like like to know about its FE.
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I saw this Gypsy in an offroad event two weeks back. looks cool, i hope new owner takes the benchmark to next level.

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Got a set of cheap running lights also, since the head lights were pathetic. Later realized it (head lights) was a wiring issue.

Spidey with his new looks..
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Jaggu can you please share how you have mounted these fogs on your bumper?Looks like a neat installation, I have the same bumper and wanted to mount additional lamps on it without messing up the aesthetics.

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Jaggu can you please share how you have mounted these fogs on your bumper?Looks like a neat installation, I have the same bumper and wanted to mount additional lamps on it without messing up the aesthetics.
Used an S shaped clamp which was welded onto the bar and then fogs were placed upside down Right side up it was too tall and blocking air flow into radiator.
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Used an S shaped clamp which was welded onto the bar and then fogs were placed upside down Right side up it was too tall and blocking air flow into radiator.

Thanks! Looks very clean, no clamps visible from the front..a couple of close up pics would be great..if u can spare a few mins Jaggu
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Thanks! Looks very clean, no clamps visible from the front..a couple of close up pics would be great..if u can spare a few mins Jaggu
Unfortunately i have sold the vehicle and don't have any close up pics, but it is a simple job. Use a strong metal sheet piece, that can be bent around the circumference of the bar, welded on and the other end have a whole drilled for the lamp bolt.
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Thought to share recent pic of Spidey which attended our event in September 2015 and performed well.
New owner is a young automobile enthusiast and a good offroader too

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Spidey looks awesome!

Nice to see spidey evolving over time..

how about a few more pix of Spidey shubhendra??Would like to see the new mods at the rear...

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Thought to share recent pic of Spidey which attended our event in September 2015 and performed well.
New owner is a young automobile enthusiast and a good offroader too

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Looks like new owner has installed new winch bumper and also reduced the lift?
Jaggu should be able to pinpoint better..

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Bumper, roll cage, lights, wheels and rims are new. Height seems to be the same, it more to do with the tyres giving it a different look.
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Unfortunately i have sold the vehicle and don't have any close up pics, but it is a simple job. Use a strong metal sheet piece, that can be bent around the circumference of the bar, welded on and the other end have a whole drilled for the lamp bolt.



Jaggu this what you had in mind? Read your explanation and randomly searched online and found this..Available for 999/- Its pricey for a pair of brackets,but don't think local lathe guys can achieve this finish.

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This is clamp, Spidey one was similar but was welded at the seam, so one half of the clamp above is needed. But clamps look like better option.
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