Chrome/Stainless Flex Fan
Universal Fit, Mechanical Cooling Fan Type, Single Fan Quantity, Pull Fan Flow Type
Features a chrome plated steel hub center with stainless steel blades. Great for applications where space is at a premium.
- Standard Rotation (clockwise)
- Rated to 8,000+ RPM
- Narrow blade width and moderate pitch improves air flow with minimal horsepower loss
- Specially formed blade tips minimize fan noise
- Two piece steel center hubs for positive blade attachment
- Flange bolt spacing: 1-3/4" - 2-1/4" (1.309"-2.782")
- Mounting surface to front: 1/4"
- Mounting surface to rear: 7/8"
- Blade pitch: 50°
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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