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l200Russ

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« on: 01 January, 2015, 01:20:54 AM »

Hi all im new here
I bought a 2000 animal crew cab pickup a while back as a project.  It needed a new engine so me and my mate fitted one from a mk2 pajero auto and that seams to be running ok now. Also the front end was completely rotten so I have spent the last couple days sorting that but I am at a loss as to how the bottom of the rad is mounted.  I dont have anything for the rad to sit in. I assume there are a couple brackets that hold the rad so are they welded on to the back of the cross member or bolted to the chassis?
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2000 4life


« Reply #1 on: 01 January, 2015, 07:05:06 AM »

i will get a pic of mine in the morning
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2000 satin black 4life
 twin tanked / custom roof rack with 4 spots / arb winch bumper with 12000lb winch and 2 spots /
2 inch body lift / +3 inch shackles / torsion bars wound up 2 inches / 30mm wheel spacers
needs some more mods

If brute force, tie wraps or duck tape won't solve your problems, then you aren't using enough!!



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