Electric Cooling Fans
This JEGS Universal Heavy Duty Electric Cooling Fan is reversible and can be used as a pusher or puller by easily removing the fan blade from the motor and reversing it on the shaft and also reversing the wiring. Refer to the instructions for more details.
- A: 17 in.
- B: 15.750 in.
- C: 4.550 in.
- D: 2 in.
Optimal Airflow to Cool Your Engine
JEGS S-Blade Universal Electric Fans feature quiet, reversible (pusher or puller) swept-style blades that are made from durable, lightweight glass-filled nylon. These quality low-amp fans are available in several sizes and cfm for optimum fitment and airflow. Fan motors incorporate a wiring pigtail that can be connected to virtually any wiring harness, and each unit includes easy-to-install mounting hardware. Additional installation and mounting accessories (sold separately) are available to help you complete your project.
How loud is this fan? I'm coming from twin Derale 25 amp 12 inch fans item number 16925. They are screamers!!! Switching out because of age and sick of the 3.5 years of noise. So, How loud are these fans? Thanks, joe
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