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post #1 of 15 Old 08-21-2013, 01:07 AM Thread Starter
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I want to change the mechanical cooling fan on the electric fan?!

wanted to ask you!
From what car would suit the cooling fan (electric)?
I want to lead off button on the dashboard (to overcome water obstacles)
found only on 5.9, but it is very expensive
in Russia there is only the original (Mopar), and here it is $ 800

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post #2 of 15 Old 08-21-2013, 01:31 AM
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ford thunder bird v8/ lincoln mark 8 v8, perfect fit

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post #3 of 15 Old 08-21-2013, 02:29 AM Thread Starter
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and what model year?
I'll look)))

in Russia there is almost no such machines
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yes , that is exactly like the one i installed make sure you get the wire harness as well

it flows about 4,000 cfm low and 5,000 to 6,000 high

you should get a 136 alternator if you dont already have one or something better too

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He gets up without any alterations?
what is the volume of air needed motor 5.2?

I have is the original generator)
its energy is not to be missed?
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He gets up without any alterations?
what is the volume of air needed motor 5.2?

I have is the original generator)
its energy is not to be missed?
i believe the stock mechanical fan flows 5,000 cfm maximum

the t-bird fan fits the stock radiator perfectly with only a few mm of space left over

today it was 90*f and i had the a/c on idling for 15 minutes with the fan on low and my coolant temperature never got over 195-200*f

while beating it in hot weather with the a/c on the temperature never gets over 210*f

i suggest the t-bird e fan over any other even nice aftermarket stuff that is $200-$300 because it fits so well and flows so much air

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Thank you! will be ordering

3 weeks to wait on you)))
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Thank you! will be ordering

3 weeks to wait on you)))
no problem

dont forget the wire harness that goes with it !

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And you can throw a link?
or the number of the parts?
thank you
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And you can throw a link?
or the number of the parts?
thank you
you should be able to find one at a junkyard maybe

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post #13 of 15 Old 08-21-2013, 05:14 AM Thread Starter
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'll book until just a fan.
I do not know the year of production of the Ford T-Brad

electrician do it myself

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cool , it shouldnt be too hard to solder in some wires or use connectors with one side open and one side crimped to a wire

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