Pusher/Puller Straight Blade Fans
- Slim Design
- Fully Reversible
- Straight Blade
- Frees Up Wasted Horsepower
- Increases Gas Mileage
- Provides Additional Cooling
- Greater Control/Fan Operation
400-123094 supersedes 400-104362
Used as a primary fan, these economical fans free up wasted horsepower and increase gas mileage by replacing the stock fan (where applicable). Used as an auxiliary fan (pusher), this unit will provide additional cooling in an engine prone to overheating. Also allows greater control of fan operation; e.g. water crossings, long idles, etc.
- Slim design for tight clearance applications.
- Fully reversible; can be used as pusher or puller.
- Installation instructions with wiring diagrams in English, French & Spanish.
|Mounting Surface Required|
7-1/4'' x 7'' x 2-3/8''
11-7/8'' x 10-3/4'' x 2-3/4''
13-1/4'' x 12-1/2'' x 2-7/8''
14-3/4'' x 14'' x 3-1/4''
16-1/2'' x 16'' x 3-1/4''
|Fan RPM @ 13.5VDC|
|Number of Blades/Fan Blace Angle|
|Airflow-Cu. Ft./Min. at 0° Static Pressure|
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