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Need fan shroud for 77 k5 in AZ

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by levib, Aug 29, 2005.

  1. levib

    levib Registered Member

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    title says it all
     
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    R72K5 Banned

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    for what size radiator, and how large blades opening diameter

    etc.

    i may have one
     
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    blublaz 1/2 ton status

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    shroud

    if one from an 85 will fit let me know ....im in tucson
     
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    That won't work.
     
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    Need to know what motor and what size radiator. There are 2 different height's. Then 350's have a different length than 454's... I have found that Chevy Duty sells new reproduction fan shrouds nice and cheap. Bought a new one for a 73-80 with a 454 for something like $15-20 from there..
     
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    Well the motor is a 400 and I measured the part of the radiator the shroud covers at 28 x 20 1/2. The reason I need a shroud is the previous owner used a 3 in body lift and removed the shroud. I dont know if I would need a modified one because of that?
     
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    With a 3" body lift you need to lower the shroud by 3" for it to line up right :doah: Or think about removing the body lift and run a stock shroud. Might be better off building a custom shroud than trying to make a stock one work.
     

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