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Old 01-08-2017, 11:13 AM   #1
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Fan that attaches to Hydraulic Fan Motor

My 1996 Monaco Dynasty, 40', needs a replacement fan for the one that attaches to the hydraulic fan motor in the side radiator compartment. Traditional methods of searching for this fan have gone nowhere and I've been googling, surfing, calling for days. Any help greatly appreciated.
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Have you tryed hear?
Monaco Factory Direct Parts | Find My RV Parts - Veurinks RV | Grand Rapids Michigan | REV Genuine RV Parts
Or Monaco is part of REV groupe now so try hear.
Monaco Motorhome Parts – A Reliable & Accelerated Monaco Coach Parts Program | Monaco Coach
I would also see if source Engineering has anything that may work.
Source Engineering Inc | Custom RV Chassis | Eugene, OR
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Is there a mfg. and part # stamped in the center section of the hub?
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I have. Those were all my typical starting points but no luck. Finding the motor is a cinch but the fan not so much.....but thanks!!!!!!
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Not that I can find. Very tough spot. Removing is a shop setting but without replacement ready to go coach is inoperable.
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Old 01-08-2017, 05:48 PM   #6
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Here is a site that you can search to see if you can find anything close and then contact them

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Have you tried some of the salvage yards like
Colaw RV Parts & Salvage 10389 Cimarron Rd. Carthage, MO 64836 (417)548-2125 Email: www.colawrvsalvage.com Actively dismantling hundreds of damaged RVs for the purpose of reselling used RV parts.

ELKHART SURPLUS SALVAGE - 28301 US 33 West, Elkhart, IN 46516; (574) 295-8903.
D.T.I. Inc. Parts Unlimited, 304 1/2 N. Main Middlebury, IN 46540 (800) 289-0919, (219) 825-5858. Reconditioned/Scratch and dent appliances. RV appliance parts.

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ICKE'S RV SURPLUS - 701 W. Huntington St., Montpelier, IN 47359; (765) 728-5668. New/Surplus RV parts. 29 years in business. Four warehouses. UPS nationwide delivery.
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Try this:

http://www.multi-wing.net/products/browse-by-industry/


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My 1996 Monaco Dynasty, 40', needs a replacement fan for the one that attaches to the hydraulic fan motor in the side radiator compartment. Traditional methods of searching for this fan have gone nowhere and I've been googling, surfing, calling for days. Any help greatly appreciated.
What is wrong with the one you have? Can it be repaired? Sometimes more work but doable if you can't find another one.
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What is wrong with the one you have? Can it be repaired? Sometimes more work but doable if you can't find another one.
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There are a few small chunks missing from the end s of a few paddles and a few paddles have long cracks. Not aware these things can be fixed. Tell me more! FYI, the fan is a one piece molded unit (some type of composite) so paddles can't be unbolted and swapped.
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There are a few small chunks missing from the end s of a few paddles and a few paddles have long cracks. Not aware these things can be fixed. Tell me more! FYI, the fan is a one piece molded unit (some type of composite) so paddles can't be unbolted and swapped.
Have you tried the salvage yards? Is the fan installed? I would try to figure out what type of material it is made of. You may be able to patch the cracks with epoxy and fill in the missing chunks. The outher option would be geting a fan from someplace like source engineering and adapting it to your coach. making the hole pattern and hub style match is the problem.
To be damaged like you say it may have been hitting something or had something get into the fan.
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I really think you are going to have to pull the fan and look at the hub for a part number and possibly mfg name.If there is no number you can watch this video from Kit Masters and follow the instructions for measuring to get a replacement fan..Or take the fan to truck dealership such as Freightlner or Kenworth etc. and they can measure and find a replacement..
Repairing a composite fan is not recommended because the glues and missing chunks will leave the fan out of balance, and it will self destruct from vibration. Which could cause the fan to throw pieces thru the radiator costing lots of money..A new radiator core will be close to 2,000.00. Not to mention ruining the seals on the fan motor.
Running the fan in it's current condition is running on borrowed time, it is a good thing you caught the problem before it cost you way more..

Here is the kit masters you tube video...
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Fan for hydraulic motor

Thanks to all, especially Wild Bill and Flamebuster.
I believe I have located the correct fan and it is in transit at this moment. I will post an update after the motor/fan swap out scheduled for 1/24.
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