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 Post subject: Fitting Davies Craig fans (core size 54.5X43.5 cm)
Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 10:47 pm 
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hello, im writting to you to ask you if i can put twin fans in to a Ford radiator. if so how because i want to get a thermal kit and wire one fan as temperature and use the existing wiring to wire up another fan for aircon.

what size could i go up to, would 2 10 inch fans be ok for that size radiator. if not what do i need and which way does the fans have to turn, do they have to blow air towards the radiator or do they have to blow air towards the engine.

can i use AU of EF Twin thermo fans and modify them to fit a square Ford radiator and does it matter if a bit of the fan is hanging over the radiator. what's best.

also would i be able to buy a big davis craig fan and use on its own and just plug it into the existing wiring. i look foward to your reply
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Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 11:17 pm 
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Use the EF/EL fans tyrewarmer/burnoutking.
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Posted: Thu Feb 15, 2007 6:23 pm 
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Use the ef /el but watch out when you wire them in as there run two speeds in the fans high and low low are always on all the time and the high speed cums in at about 90oc and if they stay on all the time they will burn out

 

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