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Electric fan or new fan clutch/shroud for my 240z?

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I have a 1978 280z fan shroud, clutch and fan that I could get rid of after going to electric. PM me if anyone is interested.

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I guess ill have to test my car again in a big traffic jam with the ac on and see how it behaves before  spending more money and throwing more devices in the engine bay. No more spending money on useless stuff.

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 That's not the style f. fan that I have. Mine has wide blades at the tips. Didn't get a chance to take a look at my old one today. I'll take measurements tomorrow.

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