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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaveZJ View Post
    Jesus wasn't around to do his!
    Jesus saves a lot less fenders from CA...booooooo
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    Since she once again moves under her own power I felt the need to crawl a mall and stretch her legs😁

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    Tell us where that lot is so we do not park under that street lamp.
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    The building that used to be at that parking lot is gone.

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    Looking for suggestions...

    The time has come to delete my hydro fan.

    I can either go electric, or convert to something like the 2000 model with the clutch fan.

    I like the simplicity of slapping in a fan and controller and being done, however I like the reliability factor of a mechanical fan.

    Anybody done this yet?
    Any other ideas?

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