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  1. #1
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    new job

    Started a new job doing the ride. Along thing
    We come across bad blower motor the guy puts in a cond fan motor can't wait to get my own truck and away from this hack

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    I've seen them work for yrs like that, not saying it's right, I wouldn't do it.
    My name is TooCoolforschool and I am a chronic over charger.

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    I wouldn't either unless it's an absolute emergency. Then I'd come back with the right motor.

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    Personally I haven't done it. But if its the right HP, amps, RPM, etc, then I don't see what the problem would be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newoldtech View Post
    Personally I haven't done it. But if its the right HP, amps, RPM, etc, then I don't see what the problem would be?
    +1 might even last longer without dust getting into the vent holes on the motor.
    other thing to check would be mounting position of motor, some cond fan motors are shaft up or down only.

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