Swept-Blade Electric Cooling Fans
The Champion Cooling Systems Swept-Blade Electric Cooling Fans feature a heavy duty one-piece construction with a permanent magnet motor and balanced reversible swept fan blades. This design package allows you to run the fan as a puller or pusher and the end result is increased cooling with reduced noise and vibration. Combine these fans to a Champion Radiator and Fan Shroud to create a complete cooling package that allows you to remove the restrictive engine driven mechanical fan for increased horsepower, torque and fuel economy! JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals so you get all the performance parts you need.
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals so you get all the performance parts you need.
How thick is this fan? I'm putting it in a 1966 Ford Econoline truck dog box.
Would be nice if somewhere it listed the thickness of these champion fans. could you list the dimensions of the 14 inch fan?
Aside from the wiring kit, what all do you have to have with this system to have it work properly? I.E. Fan shroud, Alternator? Thank you.
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