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    • Member since
      January 2010
    front heat exchanger replacement
    Posted by gene17745 on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 1:18 AM

    track ripped on my 98 xc 600 and i need to remove front cooler and it looks very tight in there. I never took out a front one before if any suggestions id be happy to take some. From what I saw the cooler is riveted and bolted in. Plus the removal of the track and suspension. I dont know.

    • Member since
      December 2008
    Posted by cool storm on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 5:01 PM

    It is a major project but not technically difficult. pull the skid and then the track which means you pull the chain case apart.  then drill the rivets, it may make access to the bolts easier if you remove the carbs on the inside. if this is a indy wedge style sled I have the cooler used but holds its fluids. $25 plus shipping.

    • Member since
      January 2010
    Posted by gene17745 on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 11:07 PM

     Thanks for the info. I will get back to u when i get that one out. There are two small holes in the cooler I believe I can tig them shut but if not I would like to buy that one from you. Where can you get to the hoses is there enough hose to pull the cooler down and then unhook the clamps

    • Member since
      January 2010
    Posted by gene17745 on Thursday, January 21, 2010 11:11 PM

     I would like to buy the cooler from you what make, model, chassis, engine size and year is it out of ?


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