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Need a GEN I fan assembly #1078270 06/06/15 11:34 PM
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Liltrbo Offline OP
Need a Spot
My Monty has the 3.0 6cyl with an aftermarket electric fan. I keep killing fans. They just don't last underwater. I'm assuming the rig came from the factory with a mechanical fan. Am I wrong? I'm hoping to find what I can to convert it back to mechanical. Thanks! Steve

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Re: Need a GEN I fan assembly [Re: Liltrbo] #1078271 06/08/15 04:10 AM
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RECON45 Offline
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they did come with a mechanical fan. It bolts right ontop of the pulley. so you will need longer bolts on the pulley, the fan, and the 2 piece fan shroud to make it back complete. Should not be hard to find


91 Montero LS "Sandstorm", Auto, Dual Bouncy Seats, 2" Suspension lift, 2" Body Lift, GENII front IFS, 32" MT tires

89 Raider "Trailbreaker", 3.0, Auto, Dual Bouncy Seats
Re: Need a GEN I fan assembly [Re: RECON45] #1078272 06/11/15 11:08 PM
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heathdogg Offline
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If I hit the u pick it this weekend (if it stops raining) I'll look to see if it is all there. FYI, I put studs instead of bolts. Seemed to be easier for me.


Blacktero: 90 Montero Lwb V6 RS Model. 16" Toyota Alloy Rims, Dual Bouncy's; Gen II Front Rotors & Calipers; Rear LSD

Sraider: 87 Raider 2.6 base. Work yet to be done.
Re: Need a GEN I fan assembly [Re: Liltrbo] #1078273 06/20/15 07:00 PM
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My Monty has the 3.0 6cyl with an aftermarket electric fan. I keep killing fans. They just don't last underwater. I'm assuming the rig came from the factory with a mechanical fan. Am I wrong? I'm hoping to find what I can to convert it back to mechanical. Thanks! Steve


Let me know if you still need a fan - I have 2. One with the clutch still installed, 1 with it removed, but I still have the fan clutch available for that one too.

Re: Need a GEN I fan assembly [Re: MI_Mitsu] #1078274 08/04/15 11:52 PM
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Liltrbo Offline OP
Need a Spot
Yes, I still need it! I've been sidetracked on other projects but I'm back to the Monty. I'll shoot you an email. Thanks for responding!


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