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Electric cooling fans
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I bought a Derale double 13" pullers in a should , thanks for all the responses, on a side note Robsweeden how do you like that pulley kit, I just bought one
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(08-01-2018, 04:11 PM)Cainsable Wrote: I bought a Derale double 13" pullers in a should , thanks for all the responses, on a side note Robsweeden how do you like that pulley kit, I just bought one

The glimmer belt kit is alright, as long that you have Place for it. Cool winning sound when revving :-)

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I use this one with 100% satisfaction ( flex-a-lite 410 , variable speed control and airco relay included):

https://www.summitracing.com/int/parts/f.../overview/


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How loud are they ? I know that is a hard question to answer, but I have dual Spal fans, and they what I would consider REALLY loud. But maybe that is normal.

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