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Aluminum Radiator (Sold), Maradyne Fans (Sold).

I have one custom built Alum-A-Tech radiator with -20AN inlet and outlets, billet cap, and dual Spal 11" fan assy already mounted rated at 2780cfm. Built for Foxbody Mustang but can be used for other appications of similar size. Brand new and only used for mockup, $575 and includes shipping. I will sell the radiator without the Spal fans for $400.

I also have one Maradyne dual 11" fan assy. new and still in the box, shroud is molded in one piece and not riveted together like others, rated at 2760cfm. $150 includes shipping.
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What are the width and height dimensions?
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is the fan a pusher or puller

N/M
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What are the width and height dimensions?
It's 28" wide x 18-1/2" tall x 3" thick.

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Re: is the fan a pusher or puller

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Both are pullers but, since they are straight blade fans they can be used as pushers.
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I need to do some measuring. I'll get back to you. Need it for a '65 Galaxie.
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What is your bottom dollor shipped to Arab al 35016

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The posted price includes shipping to anywhere in the lower 48.
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DOUG IF YOU STILL HAVE THE RAD FOR SALE PLEASE SEND PHONE NUMBER THANKS MARK
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What are the width and height dimensions?
It's 28" wide x 18-1/2" tall x 3" thick.


the fans look nice, they should work for a fox swap to clear the water pump.

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I still have the Maradyne dual 11" fan assy. new and still in the box, shroud is molded in one piece and not riveted together like others, rated at 2760cfm. $150 includes shipping.
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