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Does anyone know if there is an aftermarket fan for the A/C condenser that you can use with the OEM shroud?


YEs- I've seen a few in photos. And DeTomaso once offered a different multi-blade fan that presumably attach to the OEM motor and fit in the stock-appearing shroud. Call Steve Wilkinson for more info on this option.
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Garth, since you have on can you get any manufacture info & model number off of it?
Maybe I can hunt one down!

I'm out of town right now - took the family away for Mother's Day, but will look for it in the messy garage when I get home - I can't even remember where I put it since the car's been down for 3 years now. If I find it, I'll check measurements too.
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Originally posted by Pantera 1887:
I bought one of the fans but after looking at it, are we sure it moves more air? The size of a motor isn’t an exact indication of power but the motor on the new fan looks pretty wimpy.

Mike



I compared both fans using a very unscientific feel test and that little tiny motor on the new fan feels like it is moving way more air. It’s rated at 1200 CFM and I have no idea what the stock fan moves. My 71 car has the large shroud around the condenser rather that the small box used on the later cars so we will see.

Mike
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