Speedway Universal Electric Radiator Cooling Fan, 14 Inch
Universal Fit, Electric Cooling Fan Type, Single Fan Quantity, 14 Inch Fan Diameter
- Universal fans provide efficient airflow to cool off any automotive project
- Features computer-balanced blades, heavy-duty one-piece construction, and a complete mounting kit
- Fans provide the cooling power you need with reduced noise and vibration
- Fans are reversible, so they can be configured as pushers or pullers
- 14 Inch diameter, 3-1/8 inch wide, S-blade style, 8 blades, 900 CFM maximum airflow
Speedway Motors universal fans provide efficient airflow. With computer-balanced blades, heavy-duty one-piece construction, and a complete mounting kit included, these fans provide the cooling power you need with reduced noise and vibration. Plus, they are reversible, so they can be configured as pushers or pullers.
- 14 inch diameter
- 3-1/8 inch wide
- S-blade style
- 8 blades
- 900 CFM maximum airflow
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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