Walker WS40 Radiator Fan Shroud, Style A, 20 x 21 Inch
- Use of these shrouds has produced temperature drops of up to 30 degrees
- Shrouds are vacuum formed from a very dense polyethylene
- High-impact, heat resistant material has a lightly textured, semigloss black finish
- Fan hole is not cut out so the installer can tailor that to the exact fan location and diameter
- Designed to cut hole to fit specific application
Maximize your radiators effectiveness with a tight-fitting fan shroud. Use of these shrouds has produced temperature drops of up to 30 degrees!
Walker shrouds are vacuum formed from a very dense polyethylene. This high-impact, heat resistant material has a lightly textured, semigloss black finish. The cooling fan hole is not cut out so the installer can tailor that to the exact fan location and diameter.
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Fan Shroud Size Chart (GIF)
Item Details20" x 21"
- 1939-1940 Ford Deluxe
- 1941 Ford
- This product is discontinued.
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