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Old 12-14-2014, 09:06 AM   #1
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Replace Mechanical Fan With Electric Fan

I would like to Know if anyone has replaced their mechnical fan with an electrical fan. If so how does it work and where can I purchace one? I have a 2005 cheetah safari with a 350 Cat Turbo.
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Call these folks. I installed one of their fans early on versus installing a Horton Fan. Easy enough do it yourself and the results were instant and amazing. Better fuel mileage, lower noise by 5 db which is less than half, and better acceleration.


You can do a search on these forums and find several threads on the issue. I would do this mod in a heartbeat. Plenty of bang for the buck. Only one drawback is a reduction in downhill engine braking due to the reduced drag of the fan.


Mileage increased .5 mpg immediately.
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