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    HO Radiator Fan

    Great service, Todd. Ordered on wed night last week. Shipped out Thursday morning. Arrived yesterday. Very fast! Thanks!
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    Good choice
    The mountains are calling and I must go. 2016 RSpec Spec Ed
    Gorilla winch, Seizmic mirrors, EMP rear shield, Rugged Radio with intercom, 20" light bar, horn plays Dixie, 2"Perfex lift, Kenda Bearclaws ,Trail Tech temp gauge, Yama rear box and bumper, Throttle Max, tow rope to pull Polaris and Canams. TGM doors and door bags, Power Commander V. TCP "Mudder"radiator,Hunterworks high output fan, Superatv split windshield, extra wide homemade flex fenders.

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    Is there a video of the installation of this? I swear I've seen one befor.
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    I've not seen a vid. It's pretty straightforward. I did more than needed cause I am not as limber as I used to be. Raised front end, placed on jackstands. Removed both front tires I removed L/F shock, but others have only removed the L/F top shock bolt and moved the shock out of the way. There's a radiator hose behind the shock. 12 ga shotshell fits in the hose real slick. Secured with hoseclamp just enough to not leak. 4 ea 10mm bolts holding fan shroud to back of radiator, 2 per side. Go to R/F. Look in wheel well. Pull clear breather hose attached to back side of fan out from in front of batt box and let it dangle. Trace wire harness from back of fan motor down to connector. There's a ziptie keeper on a crossbrace that can be fun to get to. Once you get the connector separated, pull the fan and shroud out from the L/F wheel well. Reverse what you just did to install new fan. Before you put the shock and tires back on, refill the radiator and coolant tank, and run it till the fan kicks on to confirm function. After it's all back together you might have to raise the front end 45 degrees or so and let it run to burp the cooling system. I used my winch and a handy tree to raise it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracen8r View Post
    Great service, Todd. Ordered on wed night last week. Shipped out Thursday morning. Arrived yesterday. Very fast! Thanks!
    Thanks for the order and thanks for the comments!!!

    Todd
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    Why did you change the fan and is it for Gen 1 or x2? If for x2 part number please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie View Post
    Why did you change the fan and is it for Gen 1 or x2? If for x2 part number please.
    They fail often in the 16-18 wolverine, no X2 fan yet
    Todd Eldridge
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    I've been trying to keep an eye on mine. I went to spin it to see how well it spun freehand. Well the blade is so sharp that just me flicking it with my finger, sliced it pretty good.
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    Tracen8r has all the steps listed. I removed the left wheel and shock only. Plug hose and radiator with the empty 12 ga shotgun hull and you will have minimal coolant loss. The whole process is easier than it sounds.
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    Gorilla winch, Seizmic mirrors, EMP rear shield, Rugged Radio with intercom, 20" light bar, horn plays Dixie, 2"Perfex lift, Kenda Bearclaws ,Trail Tech temp gauge, Yama rear box and bumper, Throttle Max, tow rope to pull Polaris and Canams. TGM doors and door bags, Power Commander V. TCP "Mudder"radiator,Hunterworks high output fan, Superatv split windshield, extra wide homemade flex fenders.

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    What is involved with this, if this problem occurs?

    "You may have to replace the fan circuit breaker with a larger one or a inline fuse. If your fan cuts on and off quickly this will need to be done. Feel free to call if this happens to you."
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