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Re: What did you do to your Avalanche today?
« Reply #4650 on: 04/07/18 11:20 PM »

After trying to use 3M tape and it not holding, I finally got around to finding a good spot and using screws. I think it may hold this time.




Took mine out when I put my train horn CO2 cylinder in there.
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Re: What did you do to your Avalanche today?
« Reply #4651 on: 04/08/18 09:10 PM »

Hopefully I never have to use it, but if I do, I hope it's for someone else.  ::)
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Re: What did you do to your Avalanche today?
« Reply #4652 on: 04/15/18 10:58 AM »

Ice storm got it today

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Re: What did you do to your Avalanche today?
« Reply #4653 on: 04/15/18 01:10 PM »

New cluster.
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Re: What did you do to your Avalanche today?
« Reply #4654 on: 04/17/18 06:11 PM »

New severe duty fan clutch, thermostat and lower radiator hose.

Fresh fill of Dex-Cool.

More getting ready for the summer driving season.

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Re: What did you do to your Avalanche today?
« Reply #4655 on: 04/18/18 10:51 PM »

New severe duty fan clutch, thermostat and lower radiator hose.

Fresh fill of Dex-Cool.

More getting ready for the summer driving season.

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Why not ditch the fan clutch and go e-fans like I did 3 years ago?
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Re: What did you do to your Avalanche today?
« Reply #4656 on: 04/19/18 03:41 AM »

Why not ditch the fan clutch and go e-fans like I did 3 years ago?

Actually, I didn't even think about doing that conversion at the time.

No good reason not to, other than I wan't interested in putting any more effort into the project than buying the new fan clutch and tossing it on while I had things apart to replace the thermostat and lower radiator hose.

I was also pressed for time and needed to get this project finished fairly quickly.

The former fan clutch had been installed 100K miles ago when I first bought the truck, so I figured it would be a good time to freshen it up.

It would appear this was a good call, at least, since the a/c is colder now at idle than before the install.

The e-fans are still an option for a later mod.

The way I tend to forget things these days, maybe I should have a written to-do list for mods and such.

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