AFCO 80183 Steel Four Blade Fan, 18 Inch
Universal Fit, Mechanical Cooling Fan Type, Single Fan Quantity, 18 Inch Fan Diameter
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This fan was designed with the proper blade pitch to move the maximum amount of air possible. Four blade fans from automotive suppliers do not offer the correct size and pitch and often have to be altered for racing.
- Max airflow with minimal HP loss
- 4 blades for greater air flow
- Dual bolt pattern to fit most pumps
Learn more about the importance of using a fan and shroud with our radiators by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
For consideration, Aluminum Fan Shroud Kits now also available:
For 22" radiator, fan shroud kit # 917-4020
For 26" radiator, fan shroud kit # 917-4021
For 28" radiator, fan shroud kit # 917-4022
For 31" radiator, fan shroud kit # 917-4023
Notes.88" depth from water pump mount towards engine, 1.05" depth from water pump mount towards radiator.
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