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Good but don't forget to tighten the screws on the fan motor where the downrod mounts to the motor to keep the fan from wobbling. Also, don't forget after hanging the fan in the bracket, turn the motor it till the little notch clunks down into place in the bracket.
Thanks Ron, very hepful on the support aspect of the fan. Saved me from cutting a hole in the ceiling to put in 2x4 support structure.