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Old 10-18-2007, 12:38 PM
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I just did the Zoodad mod on my truck i was pleased to see the grill comes off easy however i think this mod is going to cost me a few $$$$$$$$$$$ ....while smoothin it out with a die grinder the chuck came in contact with the AC condensor and put a hole in it , so i will be having to replace that along with a recharge, I may have just reminded myself why ive restricted my tamperings to My Buick Grand National leaving alone my 04 ZO6 vette , 06 Trailbalzer SS and The 05 Ford .
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sorry to hear about your slip up that sucks!to Powerstroke.org
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ouch...that sucks. sorry to hear about that. oh yeah...welcome to the org.
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Welcome and sorry I believe someone hacked their radiator as well
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Goo thing i used a hacksaw and a knife. Came out good looking.
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wow dude, that sucks -- but there was another member that knicked his condensor and had it welded up and fixed good as new -- might check that out
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Old 10-18-2007, 04:27 PM
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yeah you should be able to take it to someone who repairs radiators or something and get it welded up!!!
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Well as much as it sucks ill try to slow down before doing something , ive gone through this " Lesson " many times in the past with my Buick , i just havent done any Truck/Car stuff in a while so i figured i could bang it out quick , i was on a " High " from installing a new kitchen faucet which was done quickly that contributed to my error .
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i was on a " High " from installing a new kitchen faucet which was done quickly that contributed to my error .
That's a new one. Where did you install that on the truck
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I just did the Zoodad mod on my truck i was pleased to see the grill comes off easy however i think this mod is going to cost me a few $$$$$$$$$$$ ....while smoothin it out with a die grinder the chuck came in contact with the AC condensor and put a hole in it , so i will be having to replace that along with a recharge, I may have just reminded myself why ive restricted my tamperings to My Buick Grand National leaving alone my 04 ZO6 vette , 06 Trailbalzer SS and The 05 Ford .
did you see the latest mag.. i belive it was diesel power, might have been DW, the guy that built the grand national with the duramax motor in it ???

it is badass. all in all, it's actually an oldsmobile, with a buick body on it, but it is completely custom and beautiful. even w/out the dmax engine it would be an amazing car to check out !
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