[Healeys] Surgery to front cross braces.

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Fri Jan 17 12:38:52 MST 2020

Hello Simon,
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Hello Simon,

I don't have a BT7 to look at and I don't remember enough from our
former BJ7 so I can't suggest something directly.  In a BN1 you could
just slide the fan and brackets in from the side after jacking up the
front end and pulling a wheel.  Getting all of the screws and nuts in
place and tight would be a chore but workable with patience.

However, given that you probably don't want to cut those angle iron
braces, I would suggest applying your grinder to parts of your bracket
kit instead, leaving your car as original as possible.


On Fri, 17 Jan 2020 16:13:32 -0000, you wrote:

>I am having fifty thousand fits trying to install a Revotec pusher fan in my
>3000 MkII BT7 ie a fan that sits on the front of the radiator.
..I’ve got a Revotec kit. Decent powerful “slimline” 14” fan and a pair
>of mounting brackets designed specifically for 3000s. (Plus a thermostat
>The brackets are very nicely made. “Laser-cut”, I think they say. And the
>destructions are well laid out and perfectly comprehensible.
>But, not to put to fine a point on it, the bloody thing won’t fit. 

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