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My radiator fan has some big chips in it. It was suggested that I replace the motor mounts.

Are these correct?



Is this a good place to buy from?

Any links to some instructions/tips for replacing them?

Thank you!

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Those look right.

Buy from Blunt.

(or whomever you want. But Steve's a good guy)

Use a jack on the motor, be super- careful, and be prepared to swear

at them a bit. And have to lever things around more than you might think.

Also, replace the trans mount with the one for the 320.

It's a dirty, non- trivial job , but it's worth doing.


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before jacking the motor up and around !

disconnect the battery, and remove the distributor cap n rotor

and the throttle linkage at the firewall

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they get old--mine never touched a radiator, but was down to near stumps on two blades when I finally replaced it. If yours is chunking and there are no worn spots on the radiator, I think I'd replace the fan on general principles before a chunk damages your radiator or dents your hood....


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