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It was on there when I got it. I will get the name of it if I can see it you want.
Sure I'm thinking of an oil cooler for mine and the fan would be a cool addition if I had a freaking BATTERY!!! LOL
 

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Im not sure what kind it is. I just went down and looked at it and couldn't find a name on the fan or cooler. I think the cooler may be factory.
 

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I just looked at it again, It is a factory oil cooler. The mounting bracket for the fan made it look like it was twice as thick as it is..
 

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i have a B&M oil cooler 6in by 11in lol.. and a 7in fan and it is squeezed in there pretty sweet i can show u guys some pics if u want to but im new to the forum thing so ill do the best i can to upload.
 

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135$ plus shipping is very high for just a fan and some mounting and wiring. but it is the smallest fan ive seen on there. but my fan was 30$ and its 7in and it fits on top of my bigger oil cooler and fits perfectly below the top frame rails.
 

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135$ plus shipping is very high for just a fan and some mounting and wiring. but it is the smallest fan ive seen on there. but my fan was 30$ and its 7in and it fits on top of my bigger oil cooler and fits perfectly below the top frame rails.
I know you can get just the fan off of ebay for the same price you paid. But to be honest Iam not familiar with the set up or components.
 

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Hey, whats up guys.. New guy here. Any more ideas or pics on "custom cooling" would great. I have a 440 kit that gets pretty warm. ...extra cooler and/or fan. ..wiring ideas so dont burn anything up if i do add a fan.. Thanks
 

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Buy 4 inch spal puller fan SER# va32-A101-62a-12v mount in the back of the oil cooler. So that it pulls air through the oil cooler and then on to the motor .Wire it directly to your battery thru a switch mounted somewhere easy to reach like the dash.
 
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