Making an electric fan
December 1, 2006
|The Problem: You're in the middle of building a low-tech, backyard hot rod that needs to exhibit a somewhat "homebuilt" look. You've added a blower and a pulley system that now prevents the stock fan from being attached to the front of the engine.
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