Aluminum Mounting Bracket Kit
JEGS 555-52120 Electric Fan Mounting Bracket Kit Features:
- Fits 13”-16” electric fans with 4-7/8 “ to 9-1/4 “ mounting hole spacing
- Constructed from billet aluminum for great looks and long life
- Adjustable to accommodate most applications
- Includes (2) adjustable flat brackets, (4) “l” mounting brackets with #10-24 studs, (8) #10 x 1/2 in. screws, (4) #10-24 x 5/8 in. carriage bolts, (8) #10 flat washers, and (8) #10-24 nyloc nuts
- Made in USA with high-quality components and assembly
- Fits: 13 in. to 16 in. Electric Pusher or Puller Fans with 4 7/8 in. to 9 1/4 in. Mounting Hole Spacing
- Lightweight 11 (.09074) Gauge 6061-T6 Aluminum
- Adjustable from 15 in. to 24 in. Length
- Will work with Cross Flow and Down Flow Radiators
- (2) Adjustable Flat Brackets
- (4) L Mounting Brackets with #10-24 Studs
- (8) #10 x 1/2 in. Screws
- (4) #10-24 x 5/8 in. Carriage Bolts
- (8) #10 Flat Washers
- (8) #10-24 Nyloc Nuts
How should fans be mounted on a radiator?
- Fans can be securely attached to radiators using fan mounting kits, ensuring proper positioning for optimal airflow and cooling efficiency.
Where do you connect radiator fans?
- Radiator fans are typically connected to the vehicle's electrical system using specific electric fan mounting kits or conversion kits designed for easy installation.
What is the direction of the radiator fan?
- Radiator fans should be installed to pull air through the radiator, assisting in cooling the engine by drawing air in the direction of the engine's front but in some instances you can push air through the radiator.
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