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(Originally by Scott Fabre - March 20, 1999)

Notice how the screens are stacked. The one with the 1/2in openings is in the back while the finer mesh (regular door screen) is in front. I used wire as oppose to fiberglass screen. It forms better.

Also notice how the screens are mounted under the center spar. The bolts on the far right and left (out of view) are also holding the screens. I just realized that a better picture might be how this looks right now, so I went out and took this new picture.

Note: it is important to get the "wing" in front of the air pathway mounted correctly for proper air movement.

See the leaves? 

While the screen system was designed to keep leaves and other debris from reaching the radiator, recently it was discovered that it is effective against misc auto debris. 

This piece of electrical connector was found embedded in the screen recently. Small objects like this could damage the radiator stack. The screen can do more than just make it easy to clean junk from the radiator.



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