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    #16
    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Williams...FUmnaQodoZoIUA

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Williams...FYqOaQodol0Anw

    whites-williams-gas-wall-heaters-6508631-64_1000.jpg
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    "Hawk Porn" http://picasaweb.google.com/11124379...eat=directlink 1990 NT650-Penske 8981, Race-tech Springs & Gold Valves, Steve Lenac six-piston caliper & EBC rotor,SS Brake lines Ft / Rear lines through SSA ,VFR brake lever, F2 front wheel, F-120/70 R-160/60 Dunlop Roadsmart, Full-Supertrapp Exhaust, Stage 1 Jet kit, K&N Filter, Corbin Seat, Pro-Tec Clip-On's/ Past Rides...1986 VFR700F2 Interceptor / 1979 Yamaha Rd400 Daytona Special

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      #17
      Ok FIRST off it looks like your motor shaft is threaded to hold the fan on ... ? If so the one above obviously wouldn't work.
      BUT we're getting closer
      "Hawk Porn" http://picasaweb.google.com/11124379...eat=directlink 1990 NT650-Penske 8981, Race-tech Springs & Gold Valves, Steve Lenac six-piston caliper & EBC rotor,SS Brake lines Ft / Rear lines through SSA ,VFR brake lever, F2 front wheel, F-120/70 R-160/60 Dunlop Roadsmart, Full-Supertrapp Exhaust, Stage 1 Jet kit, K&N Filter, Corbin Seat, Pro-Tec Clip-On's/ Past Rides...1986 VFR700F2 Interceptor / 1979 Yamaha Rd400 Daytona Special

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        #18
        How many leads ?

        Can you read any specs off the tag on your motor ?

        "Hawk Porn" http://picasaweb.google.com/11124379...eat=directlink 1990 NT650-Penske 8981, Race-tech Springs & Gold Valves, Steve Lenac six-piston caliper & EBC rotor,SS Brake lines Ft / Rear lines through SSA ,VFR brake lever, F2 front wheel, F-120/70 R-160/60 Dunlop Roadsmart, Full-Supertrapp Exhaust, Stage 1 Jet kit, K&N Filter, Corbin Seat, Pro-Tec Clip-On's/ Past Rides...1986 VFR700F2 Interceptor / 1979 Yamaha Rd400 Daytona Special

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          #19
          Originally Posted by SPA View Post

          Can you read any specs off the tag on your motor ?
          motor.jpg

          Looks close, but there's not much info there. The "P"# is off

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            #20
            Originally Posted by SPA View Post
            Ok FIRST off it looks like your motor shaft is threaded to hold the fan on ... ? If so the one above obviously wouldn't work.
            BUT we're getting closer
            I thought it might be threaded as well. Tool a locking plier to hold the shaft steady, turned the "nut" on the fan blades and the blades just spun and spun. Didn't come out at all, and I didn't feel any resistance change.

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