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#11 (permalink) Old 08-31-2007, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by RoadsterMadness
I hear ya loud and clear. But I have very contrary info from my Vortech seller, whom I trust, who tells me not a single time has he had a problem such as you describe. I guess the bottom line is you always need to keep an eye (and a good ear!) on you blower and act if you hear something unusual. Any updats om VF's handling of your replacement blower? Did you get it yet, etc? Hang in there man. RM
Yup, got it, it's installed, much quieter, working great.



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