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Old 09-02-2007, 01:21 PM   #1
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I recently purchased a 1999 Damon 330. The grill is wide open and could possibly allow a stone or what ever to enter and embed itself in the radiator or trans cooler. I'm wondering if anybody else has a 330 and how they fixed the perceived problem? Maybe some type of screen or panel. I also have a hydraulic box with a lot of wires that someone could grab and just pull out. Thanks for any help.
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I recently purchased a 1999 Damon 330. The grill is wide open and could possibly allow a stone or what ever to enter and embed itself in the radiator or trans cooler. I'm wondering if anybody else has a 330 and how they fixed the perceived problem? Maybe some type of screen or panel. I also have a hydraulic box with a lot of wires that someone could grab and just pull out. Thanks for any help.
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