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I installed a Derale fan and lower the oil temperture 20 degrees. Product Line: Derale Tornado Electric Fans Height (in): 7.030 Width (in): 7.240 Thickness (in): 2.550 Flow Direction: Reversible Fan Quantity: Single Maximum Fan CFM: 400 Number of Blades: 8 blades Maximum Fan RPM: 2700 Blade Material: Plastic Blade Color: Black Shroud Color: Black Shroud Material: Plastic Amp Draw: 4.8

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The spot where Gary mounted the fan switch is usually a blank switch spot where the snow blower rotator spout switch would go. I dought Gary would need that feature where he lives.lol Might as well use it for something. Very nice work Gary. But with all the talk of getting it dirty the first time, what are your plans for it later? Will it be a restored work horse or a show piece for the rest of your fleet?

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I have dedicated this 9020 tractor to be used with my ARK front end loader. The other 9020 PowerMax has the tiller & dozer blade installed. As for my AC 720 with Honda 24 HP is used for mowing since the fuel consumption is less than the Onan. All three are in excellent condition but I do plan on painting & replacing all decals on the other two. Will post pictures of Derale fan installation next week. Take care and Happy New Year to all. Gary

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