Chrome Curved Blade Electric Fan
Universal Fit, Electric Cooling Fan Type, Single Fan Quantity, Reversible Fan Flow Type
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You've spent time and money to make things look good under the hood, but you still have that ugly old fan. These chrome beauties are the finishing touch you need under your hood. These fans are reversible, so they can be used in front of or behind the radiator. The blade must be reversed when switching from one style to the other. Mounting kit sold separate.
- Beautiful chrome finish
- Molded plastic material
- Can be used as either a pusher or puller type
- Choose between:
- 12" 1500 CFM
- 14" 1700 CFM
- 16" 2100 CFM
- Mounting kit, relay and fan control sold separately
Note: Will require a relay to keep from burning up the switch. Relay NOT included.
Learn more about the importance of using a fan and shroud with our radiators by reading our tech article, Radiator Cooling Performance.
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