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How do i mount the fans to the rad ?

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hello i just bought an xspc RS240 dual fan radiator and i want to put it in my haf xb case in the front
but the how do i mount the fans to the radiator i cant seem to make it work
and there is no manual for the radiator

im hoping for some help
post #2 of 6
the rad should have come with long screws that go through your fan, and then screw into the rad.



something like that
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thanks alot for the fast reply
yes the radiator does come with those long screws but there is 2 problems
1) there is only 4 and its a 240 mm radiator for 2 240 mm fans so shouldn't there be 8 ?
2) is does not come with a screw nut to put it all together
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Sorry to hear your kit only came with 4 screws.

you could use 2 on each fan for the time being but you will probably notice rattling.
call xspc and get some shipped,

or go to your local hardware store and just buy some long screws.



straight through the fan and into the rad. no nuts required.
Edited by StormProtocol - 4/10/13 at 8:05am
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thanks alot for the fast reply
yes the radiator does come with those long screws but there is 2 problems
1) there is only 4 and its a 240 mm radiator for 2 240 mm fans so shouldn't there be 8 ?
2) is does not come with a screw nut to put it all together

1. Bummer. Go to a local hardware store and buy some, you need 6-32 x 1-1/4" screws (they will know what that means if you need to ask).
2. No nut required, there are threads on the radiator.

One thing to be very careful of is that the screws are not too long. If they are when you screw them into the rad they can go too far and puncture the rad tubes.
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I would definitely measure and buy the right length - last thing you want is punch a hole in your rad.
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