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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-20-2001, 12:50 PM Thread Starter
 
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Is there Aftermarket electric fan kits

Want to add a pulley to my TJ, 6 cyl, but have to move the fan closer to the rad or maybe go to an electric fan assembly.
Looking for aftermarket suppliers with this in kits form.
A search on the forum didn't give suppliers.

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Re: Is there Aftermarket electric fan kits

Flex A Lite has the kit fans you might be looking at. They're kinda expensive though. I see their ads in mags all the time.


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Re: Is there Aftermarket electric fan kits

I got a Flex-A-Light fan for my Wrangler. Haven't installed it yet though since there are other problems to address first.... It looked nice and big though...

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Re: Is there Aftermarket electric fan kits

Jegs and Summit have several different ones. The're not really kits for certain applications but are very simple to put on.

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Re: Is there Aftermarket electric fan kits

I got mine from autozone with the temp turn-on relay for about $80 total. Works decent but I wish I would have gotten a bigger one. However, at the time I was only running one battery and couldn't sacrifice the current to a big fan. The bigger they are, they more juice they suck! My brother has a "typhoon" or something like that fan that he got for $100 online and it blows like a bastard but it draws 38 AMPS!! It took him a while just to find a relay that can handle the current. you do get what you pay for on fans though,
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