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I've been working on my bike slowly this winter and thought id share my progress
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first thing was to build a bracket to accommodate my snorkels
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next in completed the rough install of my snorkels
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after that was complete I decided to tackle a rad relocate
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after I roughly fab'd the rad relocate bracket I removed the radiator
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upon inspection I realized that the rad has gotten bent with only 800km on the machine
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marked out my hole and that's it for the day
 

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today I straightened the rad (aside from a small dent) and washed the radiator with dish soap and toilet cleaner here's the results
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Painted the rad relocate and loosely fitted It bed liner take 72 house to set and with the temperature right now probably longer
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Looking good! Do you have any problems with your handlebars hitting your snorkels?
 

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Looking good! Do you have any problems with your handlebars hitting your snorkels?
I made 2 sets that avoid hitting the handle bars. the first set was super tall but did not contact the bars. I didn't like that so I made my stubby ones that go under the bar as you turn
 

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I made 2 sets that avoid hitting the handle bars. the first set was super tall but did not contact the bars. I didn't like that so I made my stubby ones that go under the bar as you turn
Do you have a shot of the stubby ones?
 

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hey where did you get thoes nice plain pvc elbows 45 and 90 cant find any like that around .... i live in new- brunswick
Home hardware special order the brand is genova links are below sorry for the late responce

Genova Schedule 40 2" SlipxSlip PVC 90 Degree Elbow | Home Hardware page-Recently viewed&rrec=true
 

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Looking good man, always nice to be able to build your own ride!
took it for its first run the other day thought I bled the system properly ended up full air lock mid ride rad wasn't even melting snow... first time the temp light has ever come on
 
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