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Taurus e-fan and wiring- CA

Im thinking I want to put my truck back to stock to sell, so Im gonna have this for sale soon. What I have is the following:

Taurus 2-speed efan with 1.5yr old replacement motor from autozone with lifetime warranty (just use my name or send it to me)

(3) 80A relays and (2) 30 or 40A breakers..dont remember

All wiring needed to hook up to ur battery...everything is soldered, heat shrunk and in looms

(1) 215F temp switch I used for the low speed (T-stat is 210)

Fan would come with everything needed to run, even the 3 position toggle (On-Off-On)
It pretty much works like "High speed-Off-Temp switch." So if u keep it on the far right on, it turns on/off automatically via the temp sensor. If you put it all the way to the left, its on high till you either switch to off or to temp switch.

Fan motor was 80ish, shroud was like 20-30 with bad motor, each relay was 20ish and Im including 3...one has never been used. Wiring is all 10 or 8ga and was a pretty penny too. Temp switch was $50 with lifetime warranty as well.

$120 plus shipping....will post post pics later.
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will this make a signifigant difference?
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I'm interested. But in Canada. Isn't 210 a bit high? Isn't normal thermostat opening lower?
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Hmm definitely interested, but dont have the cash :(

if you still have it in a couple weeks I might get it
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I'm interested. But in Canada. Isn't 210 a bit high? Isn't normal thermostat opening lower?
he is asking $120
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he is asking $120
I'm talking about this, "215F temp switch I used for the low speed (T-stat is 210)"
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You dont want the fan to come on every time the stat opens, theres no need for that. I'll check the part number to make sure its a 215, might be a 210. Its an indexsensors.com unit, VERY heavy duty switches. I can ship anywhere too.
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Yeah I guess that makes sense. How do you have it set up? Something you thread into the block? In between the radiator fins?
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Its spliced into the upper radiator hose. I will include the tube with the bung welded in where the sensor screws into. You can see it in one of the pics i posted.
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Temp sensor is 210* p/n 8037037

http://indexsensors.com/pdfs/hd_temp_sw_cp.pdf
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Ahh yes I see that now. This stuff should work with my 4.0L OHV even tho its from a 3.0L right?
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I dont see why it wouldnt. Only thing thats "for" a 3.0 is the brackets to hold the fan in place. Those can easily be modified if need be
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Would you ship it to Canada? I have always wanted an E-fan and this is as good of a setup as I could do (actually...probably better haha) and a great deal
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Yup
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removed and cleaned. Will ship anywhere on your dime.
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Can you see how much shipping would be to S0K1H0? Thanks
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I want it! I have $120 + shipping to APO. PM sent!
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Do I still get the first interested dibs? Haha. As long as shipping to my place isn't exhorbitant I was going to take it
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Yes u do! I just have to box it up to weight and measure it. Youre in the same boat as the other guys...just first in line. I'll let you know soon
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3rd Place Here.
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Do I still get the first interested dibs? Haha. As long as shipping to my place isn't exorbitant I was going to take it
Sorry, I didn't mean to look like I was trying to swoop in and snag this from under you, I just wanted to hop in line behind you!

...so please don't buy it so I can! I already convinced the wife!
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Haha yes I didn't want to be a dick and be all like..."mine! I saw it first!"...just wanted to secure my spot. If shipping is crazy then it will be yours. I do want an e-fan tho...and...Im only 19 so if I do it now while I am unmarried. I will be ahead of the wife convincing game. haha
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Haha yes I didn't want to be a dick and be all like..."mine! I saw it first!"...just wanted to secure my spot. If shipping is crazy then it will be yours. I do want an e-fan tho...and...Im only 19 so if I do it now while I am unmarried. I will be ahead of the wife convincing game. haha
im not married but i have that convincing thing happening already. my friends and even my parents refer to her parents that they are my mother and father inlaws wtf
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So Eddie, whats the story on the fan? Did you sell it?
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