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    Hey guys was wondering if anyone knows of a standard shroud and thermo fan setup that will bolt up to a ke70 radiator... even if it needs a little bit of modification.

    I need a good setup, and i dont particularly feel like pushing supercheap thermo fan bolts through the fins of my new $450 alloy radiator lol

    Any help or tips would be great

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    Older holden astra got one on my car. i dont know exact model tho

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    I can make you up and ally one if you want.??

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    Hey mate, it depends on alot of things, but im interested for now
    Have you got an example of what you mean?
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    if you get a generic style one that is a goodish style, from a generic super cheap style or what ever, you can buy alloy plate, that is used for windows and stuff, that is shaped like

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    so you mount one to your rad and the other to your thermos, and the gap the slight bend makes is enough for the head of a bolt to fit without trashing your fins, but close enough to still get suction.
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