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Re: Overheating Problem
#21
Just can't stay away
Just can't stay away

Ron Ferguson
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Clipper47 I ordered mine thru my radiator shop that did the engine and radiator flush. He charged me $40 and Im sure he made some profit on his end. For my 120 it was the same size as the original 19 inch. Fan has elongated bolt holes for easy installation. The hardest part of the installation was leaning over those giant fenders and trying to work with a head light can in my armpit.

Posted on: 2007/8/5 8:55
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Re: Overheating Problem
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Just popping in
Just popping in

welles1038
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I put a 7 bladed flex fan from a 1973 Mercury on my 1940 110, it fits. also allows me to use AC in Dallas.

Posted on: 2008/3/25 23:55
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