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|Shawn Cox||Can I reverse the cooling fan on my JD455? I have a Curtis cab with soft doors on my tractor. I have a front mounted 51" snowblower. When the snow blows back towards the cab the snow gets sucked into the cab around the doors, etc., due to the direction that the fan moves the air through the radiator. I do not want to cause any damage. Has anyone had any experience with this? Thanx.....
|Jimmy||If you flip the fan around, it will still move air in the same direction. If the blades have a curve, they will move less air.
Not trying to be cute. But, Do you have the vinyl cover over the screen between your legs that blocks the airflow to the radiator? Just a thought. PAUL
|Kyle||Where would I look to find a fan with the blades that go the other way but still fits, I have tried electric fans but all are to thick any help would be appreciated