Originally Posted by Karcrazy
Or, do I dump the original fan assembly and put a regular pulley on the waterpump. Then go with a totally electric fan setup? Any experience with those? Or maybe then you are relying on the fan thermostat too much to keep things cool. Our Chevy Avalanche has a setup like that and it works really well, plus gives your a tad bit better gas mileage.
here you go.. cheap easy and fits stock shroud..
and from moparparts.com the fan is a woop'n 59.00
it's the famous jeep grand cheroke fan install for 67-72 trucks
you'll thank me later..
I got the fan it was 59+12 shipping and a fan controller from jegs or summit.. have to go look.. it was like 40-50 bucks..
another cheap electric fan build! - The 1947 - Present Chevrolet & GMC Truck Message Board Network
The switch, relay, and harness i used was a jegs kit, part number 555-10560 $45.99
fans P/N: CBG4F250