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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-12-2002, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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I'm thinking of looking for an auxillary electric radiator fan and am looking for a good donar from a wrecking yard. Any suggestions? Also on my boneyard list is a F250 driver side wheelwell (for the second batery tray), Saginaw pump and bracket, York, Light for under the hood and if I'm lucky an aftermarket alluminum intake. [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] NORM
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Re: Pirate of the Wrecking Yard!

This guy has a REAL good site about a bunch of GOOD mods for Bronco's and trucks. Read thru the tech section cuz there's a bunch of good info there.

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Re: Pirate of the Wrecking Yard!

The second battery tray is independent of the wheelwell - it bolts to the core support and the fender. All the wheelwells (for a given body style & side) are the same.
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God bless you Steve! [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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Re: Pirate of the Wrecking Yard!

auxillary electric radiator fan
Somewhere on here.......
Aerostar fans have been discussed, as working well for your purposes.
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I run Benz fan's, mainly because mine are in front of the radiator, and Benz makes a hell of a pusher fan
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Re: Pirate of the Wrecking Yard!

I probably have a couple, but there's no telling how long it would take me to find the '80-86 one. I know I have one from an '87 diesel here.
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