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  1. unit505
    05-26-2014 10:45 AM - permalink
    unit505
    PM Sent. Reply was too long for the visitor area. Wouldn't let me post it.
  2. Fordzillify
    05-25-2014 06:18 PM - permalink
    Fordzillify
    Hey there, I'm close to doing the electric fan swap and would like some feedback before pulling the trigger. I have a volvo fan and controller from the junkyard (the fan is the same as a Taurus). As far as mounting the fan, I was looking and thought mounting the fan on the end of the factory shroud using L brackets would be the cleanest. Would the fan operate effectively that nine inches away from the radiator? My thought is to get even flow from the whole radiator. Thanks for taking the time to help out!
    edit: I forgot to mention, I have the 5.0 so I have tons of room up front

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  • About unit505
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    EMT by trade
    Love DIY Projects. Has to better than stock!
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    Keithville, La
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  • My Truck
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    Ford
    Model
    F-150 XL
    Year
    1995
    Engine
    4.9
    Options
    Not much.
    Modifications
    Chrysler 300 E-Fans, K&N RF1012 Air Filter, Throttle Cable Mod,
    Muffler Delete, Side Exit Exhaust, Timing Bump, 3G 130A, In Dash Mechanical Oil Pressure Gauge and In Dash Mini Tach, Air Intake Temp Gauge, Added Sliding Rear Window, Mustang Lighted Rear View Mirror, Cab Guard and 3" Angle Iron Bed Rails, JVC Stereo and Amp, 8" Subs
  • Signature
    1995 SWB 300 I6, M5OD, 273 gears, 235/75r15's, 21MPG, 50" Led Light Bar, 6" Off Road Lights, Full Synthetic Fluids, K&N RF1012
    "Gentlemen, we can rebuild them. We have the technology. We have the capability to build the world's first unstoppable truck. The F-150 will be that truck. Better than it was before. Better, stronger, faster."

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