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id like to remove my radiator and clean it up. Any advice on the best way to do it? Thought I would try here for directions first. in advance
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you're going to have to remove the front bumper, seat, fuel tank cover and front plastics. it's pretty well buried in there. once you have all of that off the radiator is pretty easy to remove. while you're in there, now would be the perfect time to adjust valves and add some dielectric grease to all of your electrical connectors, since you're gonna have quite a few disconnected...
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wow I was afraid it was that involved. I may want to think about relocating the radiator when I take it apart. Good tips guys . We just did three Polaris radiator and had them out in 20 min. Mines gonna take a little more time. Oh well
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ya, but the Polaris ones need removed WAYY more frequently...what the heck made them think that sticking the radiator as low in the machine as possible was a good idea?
it is a little more time consuming doing the Grizzly radiator, but really i can have the front off of mine in around 20 minutes, get it cleaned and have it back together in under an hour.
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