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    The problem is the chilly1 evap is a lot taller than the ones the mount is designed for. You will have to try to modify the pieces of insulation that hold the evap inside the mount to let the evap move up as far as possible. You really don't want to cut the insulation to far where the mount itself is holding the evap down instead of the insulation or you will run into condensation problems on the material of the mount.

    If you can't get the evap far enough up inside the mount you man have to just get longer mounting bolts and cut some insulation to go between the evap and motherboard to take up the gap.


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    Alright, Thanks.

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