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06-01-2002 06:51 PM
blown69stang Does anyone know someone that makes louver panels that can be added to a surface. I have a work truck that sees very high temperatures and very little airflow. It has a large fiberglass hood with about and area 2.5' by 3' on the top and more on the sides and I want to cut some ventilation in it to vent some heat. I don't want to cut just straight holes because it works out in a dirty environment but louvers would be perfect. It want to keep the hood strength intact so I want to install three panels of louvers 18 inches long and about 10 inches wide. I don't know of anyone in oklahoma that can do this so if anyone knows a place in the nation that can ship, would greatly be appreciated.
-Note: I've already have to replace two expensive ignition modules from them overheating, so the louvers aren't a money issue.
06-01-2002 06:23 PM
80fj40 Falls Metal,they are in Little Falls,NJ.Good luck with your project.
03-05-2002 02:00 PM
Phat There is someone close to albany i think.I will look through my cards. I am thinking of building a press cause nobody does it around here.Get back in a day or 2
03-04-2002 10:49 PM
PAULWELDIT Sorry I can help you out in the 100 mile radius, but I still "do it in Texas" but you might try "Good Times louvers" --Iam sure he has sold a press in the area. If you can't find his tele# I can get it for you later as I am away from my shop for a couple of days.--Paul
03-04-2002 11:30 AM
bigbore
Who still punches louvers in NYC area?

Can anybody suggest a company to punch louvers, somewhere within a 100 mile radius of New York City. Some of us still like that look!

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