It's not hard at all. You don't need to remove the plastic. Just make you a bracket, or contact GWC on here. He sales them for $50 shipped I think. Just mount it on the rack and extend your coolant hoses, and fan wires. No more OVERHEATING...
yep pretty much if you can weld (or bolt it together) its not to hard to do just takes alittle time but its worth it not to worry about the motor getting hot from the radiator being packed for of mud all the time.
If you go over on www.High Lifter.com in the AC forum there is a post about relocateing the radiator and Polaris425 has a link to a cad drawing he did on my mount which gives all the measurements for the mount,if that would help any...
yah but im sure you can make one yourself cant you? ow much would that cost 20 bucks as if you need to buy a new rad because of a stick or something you will pay like 100-200 for a new rad. So thatys why i want some sort of protection somewhere if i do ever relcoate my rad. thanks for the comment though.
yeah i was worryed about that when i first did it but if you think about how many sticks you run over that could poke threw the radiator in its stock location that you cant even see.atleast you can see them coming when its right up in your face guess its a chance you have to take..
I am doing mine kinda based on GWC's bracket but mine is 1" square tubing cut and welded together. I couldn't see buying more metal right now since I had this sitting around and its already paid for! I am still working slowly on mine since I keep forgetting to get my drill bits from home!!!
That was my post on HL GWC!!! LOL and thanks for the measurements too.