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Old 07-18-2010, 05:19 PM
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Radiator Cooling Fan Replacement

My factory radiator cooling fan just died. Anyone know of any good replacements? Would you recommend a fan shroud or will it fill with mud and dirt?

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I found a dual fan on ebay with a shroud. Anyone tried a dual setup?

YAMAHA RHINO 450/660 RADIATOR COOLING FAN 5UG-E2405-00: eBay Motors (item 370408274839 end time Jul-21-10 12:26:12 PDT)
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Old 07-18-2010, 08:30 PM
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A shroud will definately help with additional cooling. Although I don't mud...I would think it should be okay...well worth the $$ IMO.
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Old 07-18-2010, 09:02 PM
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My factory radiator cooling fan just died. Anyone know of any good replacements? Would you recommend a fan shroud or will it fill with mud and dirt?

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I found a dual fan on ebay with a shroud. Anyone tried a dual setup?

YAMAHA RHINO 450/660 RADIATOR COOLING FAN 5UG-E2405-00: eBay Motors (item 370408274839 end time Jul-21-10 12:26:12 PDT)
I went after market spal fan as well but only a single fan.
8a 1250 cfm versus your double setup that draws 11a and 700 cfm.
Me thinks you can make a better choice.

Also cost seems out of line.
Mine was like $80. Shroud is nothing more than a couple bucks of alum, 4 bends and 10 minutes welding on the 4 mounting tabs. So I did it for $100 total, draw much less amps and draw much more air.

here is pic of mine. 100%+ happy with the upgrade and amzing how much the 1250cfm fan cools better than the stock 550cfm fan.

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TCP is a good company to deal with. I had issues with a shroud some time ago and they went out of thier way to make it right. I wouldn't hesitate to buy from them again.

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I had installed the duel Spal fan which draws more current and burned up my sensor and relay. I ended up taking the Rhino back to the dealer, had the original fan put back in along with the electrical parts which were ruined. The whole episode costed me 350.00 at the dealer plus the 189.00 I spent on that useless piece of **** fan which now sits in my shop gathering cobwebs.
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we have a Fan Shroud for Stock 04 05 06 07 Yamaha Rhino Radiator W/ 450 & 660 Engine and the 08 09 10 Yamaha Rhino Radiator W/ 450 Engine that will use a factory or aftermarket spal fan with a facory fan we see temps drop 10 -15* and 20 plus with a spal
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TCP is a good company to deal with. I had issues with a shroud some time ago and they went out of thier way to make it right. I wouldn't hesitate to buy from them again.

TCP 08 09 2010 Yamaha Rhino Fan and Shroud : eBay Motors (item 170511716249 end time Aug-09-10 08:30:48 PDT)

yup, I have used one for over two years, there radiator is a great price also and double pass.

nothing wrong with the stock fan, move the oil cooler and you will see temps stay more normal. many have proved this over the last two years.
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