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Old 02-25-2017, 01:53 PM   #91
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i run it on my xb4 '17 behind the motor. i dont think it was too close
without a pic... i cannot really envision your layout
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without a pic... i cannot really envision your layout
im an onroad guy
well lets say there is no chance the motor electromagnetic- failed the fan... :/
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well lets say there is no chance the motor electromagnetic- failed the fan... :/
I understand that
Electromagnetic issues won't kill a fan

Mounting of a fan in an off-road car is important as the unit cannot be loosely placed in the car. Hard mounting to chassis or motor are generally the best option
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I understand that
Electromagnetic issues won't kill a fan

Mounting of a fan in an off-road car is important as the unit cannot be loosely placed in the car. Hard mounting to chassis or motor are generally the best option
i am aware of that and thats why im banging my head to understand why i got 2/2 fans dead
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