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Unread 12-27-2013, 12:44 PM   #1
dorelse
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XK - Switching out Standard Duty Fan for Heavy Duty

Has anyone done this swap? I've confirmed that mine is the Standard Duty fan, so no towing package (no hitch either).

I added the hitch when I got the Commander, towed my boat just fine. (99% freeway, just me, boat is about 2500# so no concerns.)

However, with summer right around the corner in Iowa (thinking positive!), I would really like the added safety factor of having the larger? fan to keep the Jeep nice and comfortable this summer.

Has anyone done the fan upgrade? Is it as easy as it appears?

http://www.mopar.com/part/82210991

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