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Forum: FC (Forward Control Unique Issues) 07-14-2014
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It works great. My gauge is usually between...

It works great. My gauge is usually between 185-195 degrees when rolling. Not sure if that is accurate but seems like the gauge is reading a little high. Fan doesn't come on until you come off the...
Forum: FC (Forward Control Unique Issues) 07-09-2014
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Posted By Friday1
There is a switch that detects the temp and gives...

There is a switch that detects the temp and gives a ground to the system to compete the circuit and turn the fan on. Think it is in the driver's side front of the motor. You can use a wire to a known...
Forum: FC (Forward Control Unique Issues) 07-09-2013
Replies: 86
Views: 21,442
Posted By Friday1
The last six fire pumpers I helped write specs on...

The last six fire pumpers I helped write specs on before retiring had DEFAULT TO FAN ON in the specs. Can't remember if they were Horton or not but I checked each fan before the city signed the check...
Forum: FC (Forward Control Unique Issues) 07-09-2013
Replies: 86
Views: 21,442
Posted By Friday1
Any clutch type fan should default to the locked...

Any clutch type fan should default to the locked up mode when the air or electricity is gone for any reason. Also provisions for a manual override switch.

Rick in Ohio
Forum: FC (Forward Control Unique Issues) 04-26-2010
Replies: 86
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Posted By Friday1
Just got an answer from PO, and he said the...

Just got an answer from PO, and he said the business is ELECTRIC FAN ENGINEERING and he thought the setup was about $400. He had to do a very simple modification to the radiator to make the system...
Forum: FC (Forward Control Unique Issues) 04-26-2010
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Posted By Friday1
On my 1980 FC 35 the PO had replaced the Horton...

On my 1980 FC 35 the PO had replaced the Horton setup with a totally electric fan setup. All 12V DC, no air just a pretty big 12 volt motor and a sensor in the motor for temp. If anyone is interested...
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