Want to install an OE style fan in my 96 F-250

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I want to fill this whole with a stock Ford electric fan. I want to use a Ford fan because my goal for this build is I for everything mod to look stock.
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This is the stock fan clutch and fan
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This is the fan I wanted to use. It came out of a Texas State Trooper Crown Vic. But sadly, it does not fit. The motor makes contact with the water pump pulley. Everything else fit grate though.
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What is this box for? It is on the above fan assembly. What does it do? None of the other stock fans I have has this.
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This is a fan I had intended for something else. It fits the 250 pretty well though. The problems I have is I have no idea how much it puts out. I want a fan that puts out like a preachers daughter with daddy issues. The other issue is the shroud is busted up a little bit. I can trim and repair it so I can make it work. Does anyone have any idea what this fan came from?
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What is this for?
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There are three prongs in this connector for the fan motor but only two wires leading to it. What is the third prong for? Is one for the temperature and one for the AC?
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Oh, this is a 97 F250 with a 351 gasser.
 
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Re: Want to install an OE style fan in my 96 F250

I do not know why linksare showing and not the photographs.
 

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Neither one of those is going to move enough air to cool a 3/4 ton with a load.
 

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That is what I use to think as well. However, the mod I was trying to do has been done by a lot of people I use to know that run there 460 powered trucks in the mud drags. I have heard good things about that fan. The problem is, that is the one that will not fit this truck. I know there are aftermarket fans out there that will do the job with out an issue. But getting one of them will defeat the purpose.
 

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Look for a Lincoln Mark VIII fan or a Tbird with a V8 fan those pull enough air. You can also try to find the dual fan set up from a 3.8 Windstar.
 

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