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Old 12th April 2013, 22:40   #16
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Default Re: DIY! Hella 700FF Installation

Originally Posted by getanilkhanna View Post
In absolute agreement, That is the AC Condensor and it is very fragile, there has to be a minimum gap of 1" between the bolt heads and the condensor, its an expensive proposition to replace a blown one
Double nut is there just to measure the spot where to dill holes on bumper. I have mounted the bolt quite differently on the cross member. will post images next time.

I will tell you a bit of reality. That flimsy cross member will not save your intercooler or condenser. Company can make it with strong steel, but they wont, maybe they have their own reasons.
I have a good mind next time to make my own cross member.

Anyway here are the images of wiring.
DIY! Hella 700FF Installation-imag0650-medium.jpg

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DIY! Hella 700FF Installation-imag0651-medium.jpg
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