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CHEVY 4.3L V-6 ENGINE TJ WRANGLER MOTOR MOUNTS 1. 2 713092A BOLT SLEEVE 2. 4 713092B MOTOR MOUNT ... Radiator: We used our custom Rad-a-Kool radiator for this conversion to make sure cooling ...
This body lift kit should only be installed on vehicles in good working condition. Before installation, the vehicle should be thoroughly inspected for evidence of corrosion or deformation of the sheet metal around the factory body mounts. This body lift kit should not be installed on any vehicle that is suspected to have been in a collision or misused. Off road use of your vehicle with this body lift installed may increase the stress applied to the factory body mounts
The radiator support bolts on and is positioned by tabs which are located into holes in the front-end lower tie bar (figure 2-1). A steel reinforcement extends across the upper portion. This reinforcement is part of the assembly or available separately (figure 2-2). It is attached to the radiator support by 14 rivets. Replacement rivets are available as GM Part #10263118
It is necessary to remove the fuel tank from vehicles with the tank located at the rear of the cab. This will allow access to the rear cab mount. WARNING Use extreme caution when working near fuel lines and fuel tank. Clean up spilled fuel immediatly. Any spark could cause an explosion or fire resulting in serious personal injury and property damage. a. Loosen but do not remove all six cab-mounting bolts. 3. Lift body to install passenger’s side spacer blocks. a. Remove the cab mounting bolts from the passenger’s side of the cab only
Selecting a Condenser: The most difficult problem is getting one large enough, and can be flowed across it well enough to condense the refrigerant adequately. The condenser has to provide a low resistance path for the condensed liquid to flow so pressure build up can be avoided on the existing refrigerant. The old vertical vs. horizontal tubes in the condenser comes into play here. Horizontal is best, and a condenser that will fit with the tubes running horizontally is recommended because oil flows with the refrigerant in the system and will settle in the lower loops if the condenser, thereby obstructing the flow of fluid
1. Locate the two radiator supports shown in figure 1 (A). The siren bracket will share the radiator support bolts and the middle bolt (B) that holds the gravel shield on. Remove the 2 bolts from the radiator supports and the middle bolt that holds the gravel shield on. You should be able to access the radiator support through the vehicle’s front vent holes. Slide the bracket into the space between the radiator and the radiator supports as shown in figure 3. Replace the radiator support’s mounting hardware to secure the front of the bracket to the vehicle (Fig. 2). Using the appropriate brace (see note), secure the rear of the bracket with the bolt you removed from the gravel shield (Fig. 2). Extend the siren wires to your siren amplifier and follow the amplifiers instructions for the hook-up.
A direct replacement radiator designed for all 1955-56 Chevy passenger cars with six cylinder engines, also ideal for 1955-57 Chevy V8’s with long style water pumps. Radiator has mounting brackets that position it in front of the core support bar, two rows of 1" tubes, furnace brazed tanks, a machined billet ﬁller neck with over ﬂow ﬁtting, drain petcock, and mounting clips. The built-in automatic transmission cooler has 1/4" NPT ﬁttings. May be used on 1957 models but is not a stock replacement, the cap is in a diﬀerent location and it will need a diﬀerent radiator hose. 23.25"H x 23.25"W. Core width is 22
2005-08 Chevy Cobalt (No Turbo) 2005-06 Pontiac Pursuit 2007-08 Pontiac G5 Installation ... Remove the two push pins from the black plastic cover just above the radiator, both sides.