Dominator Radiator Fan Shroud
Oval Track Cars, 23.50" Overall Width, 21.00" Overall Height, 3.00" Depth, Single Cooling Fan
- Made from tough high-impact plastic to withstand today's rigorous racing
- Mounting brackets will need to be fabricated for each application
- Engineered to accommodate fans up to 19" in diameter
- Helps keep you motor cool during a long night of racing
- Overall weight measures 23.5", is 21" in height and 3" deep
This universal radiator shroud is made from tough high-impact plastic to withstand today's rigorous racing. Mounting brackets will need to be fabricated for each application.
- 23-3/8" W x 20-7/8" L x 2-7/8" T
- Accommodates up to a 19" diameter fan
- Keeps motor cool during a long night of racing
Learn more about the importance of using a fan and shroud with our radiators by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
For alternative Aluminum Fan Shroud Kits now available, please consider:
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
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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