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Old 11-16-2015, 07:29 PM   #1
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300zx Rad support

So....Lets just say one person shouldnt trust another with jacking his car...

Anyways..So my rad support is slightly bent. like slightly maybe 1cm or something. Anyone know how to DIY it? or will i have to get it hoisted at a shop for this?
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Old 11-21-2015, 06:34 PM   #2
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have you maybe looked at taking out radiator out and bang the rad support back down? I'd use a block of wood and a hammer... Wouldnt know until I tried.

Or you can get your friend to pay you for a replacement.
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have you maybe looked at taking out radiator out and bang the rad support back down? I'd use a block of wood and a hammer... Wouldnt know until I tried.

Or you can get your friend to pay you for a replacement.
https://www.z1motorsports.com/front-...rt-p-1789.html
That's kinda my idea right now. From what he told me he jacked it on the rad support with a block of wood on the lift. So im going to be heading to my buddies shop and get it hoisted and fix it thru there. we'll see how it goes. probably gonna happen over the break
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