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running the 94 hard this weekend and the fan caught the plastic radiator shroud bent 3 blades forword and cut up the radiator. any one have this problem befor and any ideas on a cure. and lets just say i smoked the 02 ctd ho w/ smarty.


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oops is right haha. never heard of that problem tho

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my engine just bent a blade last week, and ate my radiator, wasn't running it hard at all! didn't have a shroud on it, not sure what happened. fan clutch seemed to have a slight amount of play, so I put a new one on. just don't truck electric fans for towing yet.
no idea if this is common or not.

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running the 94 hard this weekend and the fan caught the plastic radiator shroud bent 3 blades forword and cut up the radiator. any one have this problem befor and any ideas on a cure. and lets just say i smoked the 02 ctd ho w/ smarty.
You forgot to tell them that the truck you passed pulled you home on the trailer. You should make you truck go faster than 80 that way I can't pass you back next time. What a fun night that was.
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looked a little closer and think the motor mounts are the cause of thr problem. the engine moves forword and to the pasenger side a lot when u load it down.

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You forgot to tell them that the truck you passed pulled you home on the trailer. You should make you truck go faster than 80 that way I can't pass you back next time. What a fun night that was.
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At least it was another cummins that towed you home.

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looked a little closer and think the motor mounts are the cause of thr problem. the engine moves forword and to the pasenger side a lot when u load it down.
my buddy replaced 3 radiators in his jeep because of motor mounts being bad. i told him the first time he didn't believe me. jack your engine with a floor jack and see if there is any cracks. just think if you broke something that means your doing something.



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I would check out the transmission mount its commonly overlooked, and when they fail they can cause more stress on the motor mounts as well....just my two cents

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the trans mounts look very weathered so i got them ordered to. i cant keep cutting up radiators every time i want to play

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