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Monthly Archives: January 2012

  • When 2,500 cfm isn't equal to 2,500 cfm

    3 Comments 2012 January 11
    by therealcoleq

    We've had quite a few people question our advice when we recommend a 2,500, 2,800 or even 3,000 cfm electric fan for their hot rod or 4x4. They often tell us that they have a 2,500 cfm fan now and their vehicle overheats in low speeds or when they are stuck in traffic. A little more investigative work usually uncovers that what they have now is a basket fan, which leads us to this question: Did you know that 2,500 cfm doesn't always equal 2,500 cfm? Continue reading

  • Flex-a-lite Jeep CJ Radiator and Fan Combos Now Shipping!

    2 Comments 2012 January 4
    by admin

    Owners of '72-'86 Jeep CJs know how hard it is to find a performance cooling system that is as capable and durable as their Jeep. That's about to change as Flex-a-lite is now shipping its all-new, bolt-in Flex-a-fit radiator and electric fan combo for these vehicles! And there are configurations available to fit CJs with stock engines and also to accommodate the popular GM and Ford V-8 engine conversions.The core of this combo is a Flex-a-fit radiator featuring dual 1-inch all-aluminum radiator core that is hand-welded in the U.S. to the Flex-a-fit sidetanks patented "T" tank technology. The "T" channels offer a durable mounting system for the radiator, electric fan and optional oil cooler or expansion tank. The radiator core is protected while off roading because the electric fan is mounted to the Flex-a-fit sidetank and not through the radiator core. The Flex-a-fit system also eliminates the risk of the belt-driven fan contacting the fan shroud when the body and chassis flex while off-roading. With this latest introduction Flex-a-lite now covers thirty years of Jeep CJs and Wranglers. Continue reading

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