Fan blades revised
I put a letter next to each blade, Bob
you never know what you can find in a box.
Maby they were rigged up for extra cooling on a T power plant
I have one that I buzz wood with that runs a little warm in
Summer would you be interested in selling example. E
With the ring around it? Jim
yes they will all be going up for sale, I have 2 with the ring but a bit different, the other needs straightening, Bob
Most of those I think are non-Ford. Many, many, cars used fans similar to what the model T used. "B" (with the offset mounting arm) reminds me of a 1912 Buick a friend had for many years. '20s Buick had a mounting arm very much like your "F", but with a heavier four-blade fan. Other models? Other cars?
Robert, "E" fits a Maxwell Model 25 car & truck 1914-1919.
Thank you if anyone is interested in these call me 815-633-7244, yes Donnie they are for sale sent you a pm, Jim call the number, thanks for the help, Bob
Donnie, here is the other fan and a photo of the 1st pulley, Bob
the last photo is the 1st fan E
Here's another one like E, it's 16" diameter and pulley is 2 1/4". This one has a grease zerk in front of the pulley. The bracket looks ford but diameter is too great as it rubs on the bottom radiator hose on my truck.
I think F is from a Dodge Brother's engine.
I'm a FAN of your collection
Robert, is the V pulley on fan A a two piece affair? That fan look like an early brass hub early T fan. The V pulley may be a conversion clamped around the fan Hub.
Allan from down under.