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09-01-2003 09:16 PM  15 years agoPost 1
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Hi,

Anyone had a problem where the two screws that hold the plastic fan (stock on Fury Expert) to the ali hub come out.
I've just been doing a service on my Expert and noticed the screws are gone, and the plastic fan is able to spin somewhat on the hub, although it's still a tight'ish fit.

Is there a MA metal fan that fits the Expert 60?

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09-01-2003 09:58 PM  15 years agoPost 2
RICK S.

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Fan
Yes there is a metal fan availible from M.A. It is pretty common for those screws to come out. I run the plastic fan on my Extreme and just remove the screws holding the fan on the hub and apply CA to them and reinstall the screws. Not a problem anymore!

Rick S.
Magnum Fuels Rep

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