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Old July 12th, 2009, 09:25 AM
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'93 NAS D110 AC Condenser Fan

I need two condenser fan motors for my NAS D110.
part #RTC7424
it is the electric motor for the the small fans that sit just in front of the radiator found only on the '93 D110s
used and tested working ok too...
I may just fit one large oem type electric switch fan that I can switch on manually for those hot days (open for ideas). I would like to keep it original, but there may be a better option.
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Old July 12th, 2009, 10:01 AM
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Its a US made part, OEM. Can't recall right now, but it is a Perma-Cool or something. No need to get the LR unit as it is just in a different box. They are readily available.
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Old July 12th, 2009, 10:17 AM
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That is the one, thanks!!! (again)
Perma-Cool 19010 - Perma-Cool High Performance Electric Fans
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Old July 12th, 2009, 11:03 AM
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What do these do?
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I have two that look really nice. Say $100 plus $20 to get them to you?
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Old July 17th, 2009, 06:57 PM
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What do these do?
they cool the A/C coil that pulls the heat off the system, and I think they kick on to help cool the engine when it gets real hot
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Old July 18th, 2009, 08:08 AM
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I have two that look really nice. Say $100 plus $20 to get them to you?
Thanks Ron...
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Old July 18th, 2009, 05:22 PM
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Ok,

PM me your address as to where to send them.

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Thanks Ron...
I got them installed today, and the work great.
Now my AC works even better, although this is one of the coolest July's in KC history...
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FYI, they're the same fan as in the RRC. I picked a used one to replace the seized one in my NAS 110. Just make sure they're all spinning the right way once they're hooked up.
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Thanks Ron...
I got them installed today, and the work great.
Now my AC works even better, although this is one of the coolest July's in KC history...
Glad you are happy.

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FYI, they're the same fan as in the RRC. I picked a used one to replace the seized one in my NAS 110. Just make sure they're all spinning the right way once they're hooked up.
I had to reverse the wires so that both fans blow outside air towards the engine. I think that is correct...
Now the next NAS D110 guy with this problem will have all the answers! That is if they do a search on the topic first...
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are those permacool fans definitely the right ones? Direct replacements?
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I have a half dozen of these if anyone else needs this type fan. I would never put one back together with this type arrangement. Its is not an efficient arrangement.
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I have a half dozen of these if anyone else needs this type fan. I would never put one back together with this type arrangement. Its is not an efficient arrangement.

Are you saying that if you have a NAS 110 with say a 4.6 that you would go a different way than these fans? If so, ... what would you do?

It is pretty evident by all the chatter and from my personal experience that this system does not work or cool very well anyway. We all know the air conditioner is a POS as well, so why they initially had these fans tied to the AC switch is a mystery to me. Luckily the PO put a manual switch in mine that allows me to switch the fans on based on engine temp. So, I am wondering what is a better route? Why do we not see this type of engine heat when a 3.9 or 4.6 is in a rangie? Why only a 90 or 110?

Thoughts?

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Old August 2nd, 2009, 06:39 PM
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D90 and D110 are bricks on the highway. Approach angle is a huge drag at fast highway speeds. Not an issue on trails and countryside meandering.

The A/C in a 93' is a POS. Evaporator in the engine bay is flat out a stupid design that just cycles from engine bay heat.

Get on Summit or Jegs and look at the CFM output of something that will fit. I like the BeCool fans. Something that sits right against the condensor.

You have to take time and seal off the radiator and condensor to keep from recycling engine bay heat as well.
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I ended up ordering some new perma-cool fans since they were cheap figured no point going used. Anyone else order these? Wondering if the bolts are the same to hold them in.
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1993 D110 AC Condensor Fan Motor

The Perma-Cool high performance fan, 19010, has been discontinued. They told me that the blade manufacturer had discontinued the 10". However, they do have the ac condenser fan motors - part no. 19220.

perms-cool.com, then go to their store and do the search. $81 per.

I've ordered one and will update.
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The fan motor worked fine. And at the price, I'll happily replace it several more times should I be so fortunate.
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