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Engine Intake/carburetor Cooling Fan For 1974-1978 Fiat X1/9 on 2040-parts.com

US $24.99
Location:

Fort Collins, Colorado, United States

Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
Condition:Used

Carburetor cooling fan for a 1974 -1978 Fiat X1/9. It has a 3" outlet, where as the 79 & 80 had an integral reducer for a 2 1/2" outlet. Designed to help prevent vapor lock caused by the carburetor getting hot in slow summer driving. This item does NOT include any of the ductwork. You must reuse the ductwork already in your car. This item has been tested and blows air well. Please ask any questions before buying. Thanks for looking and keep the "X"s rolling!

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