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pic's of electric fan install

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by BobK, Jul 6, 2001.

  1. BobK

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    pic\'s of electric fan install

    Just installed two 14" electric fans in my 71 Blazer.Click the link to see the pic's.Let me know what you think.Thanks.
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    Re: pic\'s of electric fan install

    Let me be the first to say job well done. It looks very professional. Little more than I'm willing to spend on on eletric fan, but Kudo's to you.

    Rasberry 71' K/5 Blazer
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    Re: pic\'s of electric fan install

    Just an update on the performance of the fans.It's been appox. 2 weeks now since the install. of the fans.No cooling problems with only 1 fan running.It does runn a little warmer with only 1 electric fan running compared to the clutch fan.But with both the electric fans going things are cool as a cucumber(what does that mean anyway?)The fans are cooling a mildly built SBC350 with a new 4core rad.

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    Re: pic\'s of electric fan install

    Bob
    Man, that's cool. How would describe the noise level? What temp thermostat are you running?
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    Re: pic\'s of electric fan install

    I run a 185 deg F thermostat.As far as noise goes ...even with both electric fans on it's still quieter than the stock clutch fan.

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