Off-Road Hood Louver Panel DIY install cheap heat extraction vents Econoline Project part 17

Off-Road Hood Louver Panel DIY install cheap heat extraction vents Econoline Project part 17

Real hood louvers. Not fake stick ons from AutoZone.

http://rodlouvers.com/

Made in the U.S.A, Support the US economy.

Cheap mod that you can do with basic tools. No rivet gun needed for installation.

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Kudro Rico says:

where did you get this heat louver? I have the same van year and model?
Thanks

Jesus H. Christ says:

Looks good man. Do you think there would be any problems with the swiss cheese method like the water pooling up or anything?

Integra DIY says:

pretty cool, the whole time i was swiss cheesin' it

Alex saling says:

Dude you inspired me to do what I want to my van. I've always been a van dude. First was a safari, now I have a savanna 1/2 ton v8 5.7 2002. I've always seen people with nice lifted vans but the back was gutted out. I bought the paint yesterday. When you painted your whole van did you sand off the shiny coat ? Mines black with a top coat. You rock man!

Alex from Detroit Michigan.

Alex saling says:

What happens if your in Michigan with snow or rain ? How do you block the water ?

stephen sanborn says:

U would have to drill a pilot hole and cut slow. If ur cutting bracing u would need to find a long blade

stephen sanborn says:

Pretty cool though

stephen sanborn says:

U put ur ac vent in the wrong place 🙂 :p

stephen sanborn says:

There is a metal cutting blade for jig saw

Torino Cards says:

OCD…gonna drive you crazy.lol. That was funny, man.

AutomotiveVlog says:

It'll be fine. As you drive or while the fan is cooling off your engine hot air will vent out of the louvers.

AutomotiveVlog says:

No problem man, maybe one day my channel will catch on and bring more buyers your way. I'm thinking of getting 2 more for the sides of the hood.

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