Got this from Jusnes site
16" QUIET Electric fans
Reverse S blade design for the most efficient airflow
Self shrouded design to direct all airflow THROUGH the radiator
Fully caged design, to prevent contact with any loose hoses or fingers!
2750 total CFM
13.2 running amps each
Adjustable Fan Controller with full wiring harness, 30 amp relay, fuse, and A/C override
Complete Mounting Kit
7 feet of split loom wire covering, for a clean installation
Electrical grease to protect all of your connections
Add-a-circuit fuse holder
How many fans are you running? Judging from your post you're only running one.
If it were two, which I would figure would be the most you could fit on the truck, a 30A fuse should be more than enough to cover you.
Also, what exactly killed the controller?
Fire ranger, there are usually empty slots from stuff that the truck wasn't equiped with. All depends on the options, there are usually one or two slots open. On my truck there's one adjacent to some 40 and 50A fuses.
Also Winks, you should try and disconnect it from the battery and hook it up at the "power distribution" point. On my 2k Ranger the cover is behind the dist. box next to the brake booster. You'll see a Ford 125A fuse when you pop it open. I would connect there.