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does anyone make a electric fan setup for our trucks other then Flex.

Im swapping a CR in so I need to figure something out

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I just bumped into a fan from a olds cutlass diesel. I know!!! The mounting arms line up with the supports behind the grille. I revesed the wires to make it a pusher. It has tow speeds and a heat sensor for automatic use. I wired mine with a switch on high. Its hard to stand in front of the grille. It will darn near pull a T shirt off of you.

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so you moved it to in front of the radiator and what do you mean by a switch on high

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It was a puller in the Old's. It has a temp sensor on it for the muliple speeds. I wasn't intrested in the auto on off and speed function plus I needed to reverse the rotation so I have it on a toggle switch.

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A friend of mine had a 17" puller I think a derale fan. But anyway it was inside the factory shroud with a small pusher fan for the a/c and temp never over heated pulling cars to the race track
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IIRC electric fans only move about half the CFM's that the stock fan will. Could be a problem if you tow.

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