Dual 12 Inch Fan Shroud Combo, 28 W x 17 H
Universal Fit, Electric Cooling Fan Type, Dual Fan Quantity, 12 Inch Fan Diameter
These universal fit dual fan/aluminum shroud assemblies fit many applications. Features heavy duty SPAL fans.
917-4004 Diagram (PDF)
Learn more about the importance of using a fan and shroud with our radiators by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
Item DetailsStyle A Electric Fan & Shroud Only
Note: Applications are for reference only and you need to measure your existing radiator for proper dimensions.
- 1974-77 Buick Regal
- 1972-79 Caprice/Impala
- 1968-72 Chevelle/Malibu
- 1970-77 Monte Carlo
- 1973-90 GM Trucks
- 1966-77 Olds Cutlass
- 1966-77 Grand Prix
- 1968-77 Lemans/GTO
- Application Guide
*Relay and fan control sold seperately. 2 Relays and fan controls required for this dual fan configuration.
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