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I will cut some out tomorrow on my cnc plasma cutter. I made some for Mike a little while back and I thought he might get a kick out that.Buy the way, how much did you pay for them?

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^^^ that's what I was contemplating doing..Nice avatar, btw :)

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very thin wrenches for removing the fan/fan clutch..

similar to this:

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I thought this was some mythological beast. Never heard of a fan wrench! I'm glad I was not the only one.

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I thought this was some mythological beast. Never heard of a fan wrench! I'm glad I was not the only one.

And i was nearly too afraid to ask:lol:

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I thought this was some mythological beast. Never heard of a fan wrench! I'm glad I was not the only one.

Go look at your fan nut and you will see why you have to order thin wrenches. There is no room between the fan and the pulley for regular sized tools.

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t shipped to 55092?

totally offtopic, but wow. That's my home zip code! grew up on Cook Lake off hwy 22, parents still live there. Went to Linwood/South West/Forest Lake. Small world!

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