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Looking for Warrior Winterization Plate part # 35453-00

TheDeuce

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Anyone have a plate (or a template) for a winterization plate for a Warrior. Listed as part # 35453-00.
 

Warriorgreg

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I have one in my hangar. I can make a template if you need one. It's 80* and sunny here, so I dont see a need to install it anytime soon!
Greg
 

Unit74

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Just make one I say. Its really not hard at all. Really.
 

Walboy

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I have heard of people using cardboard and duct tape. :rolleyes:
 

Dennis

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........ as the -151 and -161 winterization plate has a "L" shape bend in it. It's a precision fit on my -161 and I would suspect a homemade attempt would be miserable to install, unless absolutely perfect. It is part number 12 in the image. There are two mounting screws on the "L" shape bend, in addition to the one shown on the right side of the image.

You may want to take SANJIV's offer, if it's OEM. Otherwise, I'd recommend a salvage piece.

VFRs,

Winterization Plate.jpg
 

TheDeuce

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For the time being I tried some aluminum tape, which works fine but I only tried covering half the cooler and didn't see any increase in temps. I'll try covering fully, though I suspect I won't be able to fit it all the way in easily with the tight access in there.
 
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