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Old 05-28-2011, 06:04 AM   #1
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I have a 2000 Fleetwood Bounder 39Z on a Freightliner Chassis I'm looking for the the cooling fan that mounts on the condenser for the A/C under the motor home. Has anyone needed to locate this unit. I also posted this in the freightliner forum. Thank You
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Look in front of the radiator that's where most are mounted, unless you are talking about the evaporator that is in the heater box with the rest of the heating/AC stuff.
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He's looking to buy a fan, not locate where it is.
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Sorry I misunderstood I'll try to do better next time.
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Andy,
Are you needing to find where the condenser is located or where to purchase a fan (blade, motor, etc) for the condenser? This is most likely a Fleetwood provided item rather than Freightliner.
There are some salvage yards that specialize in rv's and maybe someone will post a name for you...if you're looking to purchase a fan.

I wish I could be of more help.
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Andy,

I had the same issue a few months ago. My condenser is mounted on ~45-degree angle centered, no more than a foot behind the front fairing/airdam. Hope you have a couple of L-shaped rails running across the condenser the fan mounts to. If so, it's an easy swap with a Flex-A-Lite 16" fan. Flex-A-Lite's "TrimLine" 16", part FLX-118 was nearly a bot-in replacement for me. SummitRacing.com or Jegs.com has a nice selection, I paid $149.95
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Thank for the help. I'm looking for the Fan that mounts on the condenser I have tried one salvage yard and they gave me a couple more to try. I found out it is an Evan's fan. I have it off and I do have the L shape brackets. All is on hold until after the holiday. Enjoy the holiday and remember the Vet's
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I took my MH to a local auto air repair shop. They serviced the ac unit, replaced the fan and something else for about 350 dollars. Check one of your local ac repair shops, they can help you at a very reasonable cost. I think the fan was only about 50 dollars.
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