Flex-a-lite Trimline Electric straight blade and s-blade fans are reversible to functionas a pusher or puller type fan. Puller type fans can be used as a primary fan in place of the stockmechanical fan; pusher fans ae typically used as an auxiliary fan to complement the original mechanical fan. While cooling statistics are virtually the same, s-blade fans are designed for quieter operation. Features 8 - S blades for quiet cooling, 2500 CFM (3-3/4 thick). Requires 16-5/8 x 15-3/4 x 4 mounting surface. Switches and wiring sold separately.
Which way should the fan blade face in puller mode when looking at it towards the center name plate? Forward S or backward S?
Asked by paulj from dallas, tx on
Paulj, if you are standing in front of your engine looking at the back of the radiator and you put the Flex-A-Lite Universal Electric 16" Fan in as a puller fan you will see the fan motor and the fan blades should make an "S". You can see a little better here on the install instructions. http://jo.my/s-blade_fan_instructions
Answered by Jason L from dallas, tx on
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