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I'm running a Car 3-blade fan with shroud and have had no issues even in 100 deg weather. But I have spent a lot of time getting my block and radiator really clean.
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I have a four blade from an f1 and one from an f6. I need to look again but pretty sure the f6 fan has more than 4 blades
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There was a thread about this about 6 months ago if you want a good discussion of it.

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Anyone know size bolts?

Does anyone know the size bolts? I have located a matching 5 blade and have the metal ring, but no bolts to mount it on the hub.
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The parts book actually calls for a 5 blade (18.5" dia) part# B7Q8600C. The parts book shows ONLY 5 blade fans for all trucks 1948-56, so I wonder if the 4 blade was supposed to be on the passenger cars.

38 Coupe, I see you changed the pic you posted, where was that one from, as it indicated the fan part # to be 8602?

Anyhow, Part #B7Q8600c

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8 No. 12-32 x 1/16"
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Thank you, but I am measuring 1/4 " holes by 28 fine thread. Does that sound right? Are you saying that the screws are only supposed to be 1/16" long?
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Am I reading this right? 1/16" long?
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1/16" long? I measure 1/4" diameter and 28 fine thread. I have another problem. The pulley for the fan is freely sliding from mounting hub. Is it supposed to do that? If not, how do I fix it?
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Am I reading this right? 1/16" long?
I'm sorry, they are 1-1/16th
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No problem, thank you so much for the specs. I could not find them anywhere. Do I have a major problem with the pulley? It slides freely from behind the mounting ring aft to the motor on the shaft. Something just doesn't seem right with this?
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1/16" long? I measure 1/4" diameter and 28 fine thread. I have another problem. The pulley for the fan is freely sliding from mounting hub. Is it supposed to do that? If not, how do I fix it?
Here is the list of screws and bolts for the assembly


EDIT: Just relooking at the chart, the 48-51 Big Job 337 fan hub had 1/4 x 28 thread x 3/4". Maybe somebody changed out the hub before, if so the parts list is just above the second group highlighted. I edited the picture.
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I think your right, because it is a 239 and it had an electric fan on it. The pulley behind the hub is not firmly attached to the shaft. It does stop turning when I hold it up close to the back of the hub. It does look like there is a gasket between it and the hub.
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The fans on these are opposite from most modern setups. The shaft is held firm, and the pulley/hub/fan spin on that.
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The fans on these are opposite from most modern setups. The shaft is held firm, and the pulley/hub/fan spin on that.
I understand the spinning freely, but it slides back and forth along the shaft. The last thing I want to do is to put a belt on and throw the fan. It looks like there is a sleeve or something missing to hold it firmly on the shaft.
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Yes, but the pulley is not held firm. It slides forward and back on shaft
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