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Old March 3rd, 2013, 09:55 AM
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fixed cooling fan - 200 tdi

I am selling my fixed direct drive cooling fan for a 200 tdi. It is a really nicely crafted fan that replaces the viscous fan that most defender owners have. I bought it a few months ago and it is in as - new condition. It was manufactured by Jim Pendleton (Pendy-site member). Includes a high quality flex-a-lite fan blade and a beautifully machined aluminum hub that is a direct bolt on replacement for a 200 tdi viscous fan. Not using it because I decided to go with an electric fan with a control module (I realized that I have a 200tdi with a 300tdi fan shroud... didn't line up,,, duh). I paid $285 shipped. Selling for $185 shipped. Its in as-new condition.




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Old March 3rd, 2013, 09:45 PM
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bump... winter is the time to start thinking about preventing spring / summer overheating.
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Old March 4th, 2013, 02:21 AM
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I have a 200tdi with the viscous fan. What's the advantage of this fan? Does it run at engine speed? I might be interested if there was a significant advantage.
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Old March 4th, 2013, 06:59 AM
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A fixed fan runs at engine speed constantly. Does not cycle on and off like viscous fan Has ni internal clutch to fail like a vicous fan. Its just like fans in old series trucks, but newer, more efficient blade pattern. Those who worry about overheating might be interested.
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Old March 4th, 2013, 12:58 PM
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I think you will miss that fan in the summer weather. You should hold on to it this year and make sure you are happy with your electric fan. I know winter weather likes the electric. but my guess is the summer may prove differently.

The flex fan blade is supposed to act a bit like a fan clutch in its design. Not to loud at idle and low speed.

The hub I supply is what you can not buy anywhere yet. They cost a lot to have made.
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Old March 4th, 2013, 06:20 PM
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Jim-
You are right, your fan is excellent. I am a huge fan of your workmanship. The reason I switched over though is that the fan didn't line up with my shroud. I had a transplanted disco 200 tdi in my '84 ROW d-90 and a 300 tdi shroud. I don't know if the transplant was responsible or if my truck has a 300 tdi radiator / intercooler, but they didn't line up at all. I bought a 200 tdi shroud to replace the 300 tdi shroud in my truck and it didn't fit / line up either. Finally, I said the heck with and installed the highest quality and power(maximum air draw rating) flex - a - lite electric fan and their highest quality control module. The fan was over $100 and so was the module. Anyway, It really looks good and it is working now. You are right again, the real test will be the summer weather. Thanks for the fan... it is top quality.
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You can have my 200 shroud if you need it.
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Thanks, I had a 200 tdi shroud and it wouldn't line up / fit the radiator and intercooler. I sold it. The electric set up is really nice... Just hope it isn't a problem in the summer like Jim Pendleton cautioned.
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You can have my 200 shroud if you need it.
How about me? Can I have it?
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$11,000 it's yours.
I just don't really want to ship it.
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If you end up keeping the fan assembly I can help you get the fan shroud dialed in. I have had to customize a number of fan shrouds over the years. Sometimes the engine swaps are not put in the right position for various reasons. I would be happy to help, if you want to give it another go.


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Thanks, I had a 200 tdi shroud and it wouldn't line up / fit the radiator and intercooler. I sold it. The electric set up is really nice... Just hope it isn't a problem in the summer like Jim Pendleton cautioned.
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Old March 5th, 2013, 07:12 AM
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Thanks Jim,
I'll keep you posted.
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I'm really tempted as I have a trip to Death Valley coming up at the end of this month but its not a good time $$ wise to be buying "extras". I just got a recored larger radiator, bigger oil and water cooled turbo and so far she runs at 175 all day even climbing on the freeway. I'm a little paranoid tho as I had some overheating issues when I first got her of course there were lots of reasons for that which have all been addressed. I do see the comfort in no
Viscous clutch to fail tho... Dammit rover gods why so many toys!
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Mike,
I will take it. Before I send paypal is there anything else you have that I might need for my 200TDI install?
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I don't think that there is anything else I have for the shroud install. You have my paypal account.
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Mike,
I sent paypal this evening. Thanks again.
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Fan sold.
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