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More Panther type cooling fan grills

February 28 2017 at 7:33 PM
Steve Faxon  (Login noxafs)
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Here are a couple more pics of some fan grills.......

the first one is the 14 arm spiral type as seen on PT page 5-113, it is fit to the left side and paired with a 14 spoke arm type on the right side....

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The next one is seen on page 5-61 top right and page 5-71

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And currently on the bench is the type as seen on PT page 5-9, which can very easily be converted to the type seen on pages 5-21, 5-32, 5-57 (right side only)

 
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Rob Pye
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Yes and no...

March 5 2017, 2:19 PM 

Your top photo shows potential but you keep omitting the fact that the fans were slanted. However, if we get PE grills it won't matter. Looks good enough. And glad you took my advice about your needing two different fan mounts on this one. happy.gif

On the bottom photo this just doesn't look right. Might be the angle of the pic you have taken but from that pic the circles on the webbing look off...can you post a straight on show of the grill, as it might just be the angle of the photo. Thanks in advance.

 
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