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Having trouble locating a fan bracket for my '93, mine cracked and took out the radiator, found a bone yard replacement but the bearings are shot, hoping to cross reference the bearing but it's discouraging to see so many parts unavailable and out of production.
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Great to hear from you Dave, you're right, everythings obsolete now and the ones in the boneyards are picked clean. Maybe the option of dual electric fans?
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Great to hear from you Dave, you're right, everythings obsolete now and the ones in the boneyards are picked clean. Maybe the option of dual electric fans?
Not to mention my friend that had a nice stash of 2 engines and 2 parts trucks that went swimming in Hurricane Irma on Big Pine...Hope you are well and the trucks treating you good
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I've been racking my brain trying to remember the name of this outfit, even goggled cummins in Georgia and it never came up, thanks for the link, I had a feeling if anyone could help it'd be them...Thanks again!
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I've been racking my brain trying to remember the name of this outfit, even goggled cummins in Georgia and it never came up, thanks for the link, I had a feeling if anyone could help it'd be them...Thanks again!
No problem!! They are a good company and have alot of unique stuff no one else offers in one place.
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I've long touted Geno's.....Good knowledgeable staff, and they welcome visitors if your in the area (they like dogs too). Got my shift knobs there and man do I like them
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