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thx for suggestion, and sorry if it seemed as a threadjack, i was kind of asking the head honcho of the thread anyway. I am needing something fairly big, but I am hoping to build a small AC unity just for the PC, if does not work the way I want to, I will turn it into a watercooling unit.
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Jump on them fast!!! thats a crazy price!!!
3.Turn right at Stevens Creek Blvd
1.1 mi
4 mins
4.Take the ramp to I-880 N
0.2 mi
5.Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Oakland and merge onto I-880 N
5.9 mi
6 mins
6.Take exit 7 for Montague Expy E
0.6 mi
1 min
7.Merge onto Montague Expy
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8.Turn right at Oakland Rd
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9.Turn right at Seareel Ln

theyre 8.5 miles away from me lol ...man i love living in sillicon valley ill have to roll by there tomorrow, $5.99 ea no shipping lol!!!!
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just picked up 2 Panaflow fans, a 77 Bonneville heatercore (w/ ac), and the swiftech reservoir
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Assembling the tupperware dual 120mm fan shroud:





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Looks good.. ..And best of all it will give you a C or two cooler temp's...
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here it is mounted: im considering getting the aluminum finger guards but idk if they are necessary
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nice shroud, what size ziploc boxes are those?

and you used 2 types of auto paint? (base/top coat?) I guess any black spray paint would work fine.

can't wait to see it done!
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Yeah I always stick some of the chromed wire grills on them just to keep the bigger stuff out...
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nice shroud, what size ziploc boxes are those?

and you used 2 types of auto paint? (base/top coat?) I guess any black spray paint would work fine.

can't wait to see it done!
They are the Ziplock Large Rectangular 2 pack, see page 1, they can be bought at target only sold in a 2 pack lol so if u screw up u have a second one! i just messed up the one in the pics

yes i used primer first then black!
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completed radiator, unmounted (will use threaded rods + wing nuts to mount)
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