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Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by Nonesuch, Dec 9, 2001.

  1. Nonesuch

    Nonesuch 1/2 ton status

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    would prefer the 2 speed ford thunderbird fan but will consider others. willing to pay up to fifty bucks + shipping for the right setup. Please PM me!
    Justin

    <P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by Nonesuch on 12/14/01 07:52 PM.</FONT></P>
     
  2. CAROLINAK5

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    junkyard electric fan from a cavalier....$20

    temp. unit from auto parts store..$14

    having not overheated since........priceless!

    just my .02



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  3. Nonesuch

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    i really want the 2 speed fan from a ford cause i tend to overheat in the 100+ summer with the a/c on. oh and the other thing is i have chaecked all the bone yards this weekend and found nothing worth salvaging.
    Thanks Justin
     
  4. 75K5

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    what you REALLY want is the 2 speed electric fan from a 93-98 Lincoln Mark VIII. You can buy them NEW from houston performance for $110 or find someone selling one for much less at www.corral.net

    This fan is much better than the thunderbird one, and flows a WILD amount of air. Just beware that it draws 60amps at startup, and 35 once spun up at high speed. You will need atleast a 130 amp alternator. But believe me, this thing flows over 4000cfm of air. Totally worth it if you have the juice to support it.

    Otherwise go for a 94-97 Thunderbird elecric fan. Those came out of the 4.6SOHC's. Don't use the Thunderbird SC fan, it won't flow enough.

    you can find a used thunderbird fan at www.tccoa.com or www.ebay.com

    Best of luck!
    Brian
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  5. Nonesuch

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    dude thanks for the info and the links. i was boneyard shopping today for a fan and my gawd those guys are getting extreamly addicted to crack as much as they smoke. they wanted 75 bucks at least for a 14" electric fan off of any car. really pisses me off when they see me coming thinking here comes a guy we can rape. Maybe its partly my fault because i dont go in looking like I have been working on cars all my life and still have the first grease i ever got on my hands STILL on my hands!! I also was looking for a a ECM from a 89 camaro . 100 or more at every place i went to. i can get a rebuilt one from the parts store for 90 bucks with a lifetime limited warranty. MAN i hate those damn junkyards. oh damn i just relized this is the parts wanted forum not the i hate this forum. LOL
    Justin
     
  6. Nonesuch

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    ttt... still need a fan. if you guys can get em so cheap go get me one and make yourself a little money.
    Justin
     

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