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Dr_BenD_over October 28, 2008 04:03 AM

Swiftech radbox
 
Anybody got any detailed pic's of the installation? None of the bolts supplied seem to be the correct lenght and I guess various spacers means 4 of the exact same ones :blarg:

Babrbarossa October 28, 2008 05:08 AM

Do you have a hack saw or a dremel tool that you could cut the screws with- taht's what I did and it was no problem- just be careful putting the nut back on the first time so you don't cross thread it.

sswilson October 28, 2008 05:27 AM

Best tool for cutting the screws is a set of wire strippers with the screw cutting feature (if it's got thread holes, it's designed to cut the screw).

As for a picture... this one's not too bad.....


Dr_BenD_over October 28, 2008 05:27 AM

I was figuring i'd have to use the Dremel. Probably going to have to find longer bolts too, I've got an Ultra Kaze for my exhaust.

sswilson October 28, 2008 05:41 AM

If anybody is wondering what I mean by a "screw cutting feature" on a set of wire strippers here's a couple of pics.....


Sniper October 28, 2008 06:16 AM

When cutting the end off any screw/bolt put the nut on first then cut the screw & back the nut off all the way. It'll fix the end for you so it won't be hard to put it back on rather than fighting with it had you not had it on there before cutting. Learned this long ago for truck bolts.


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