Fan Shroud Plastic 3-1/2" Wide 260/289 1965-1966
- Fits 20" Radiators
- Black Plastic Construction
- 3-1/2In Width
- Improves Cooling Capacity
3-1/2" Wide Plastic Fan Shroud for 1965-1966 Mustangs with a 260 or 289 Engine.
If your 1965-1966 Mustang's 260 or 289 engine has been overheating lately, the culprit could be your fan shroud. Your Pony relies on its fan and fan shroud to keep it nice and cool, especially when you're idling or driving at a low speed. This Plastic Fan Shroud will direct the air flow from your Mustang's fan to the radiator and help prevent your engine from overheating.
Features & Benefits:
- 3-1/2 Inches Wide
- Efficiently Draws in Cool Air Through the Radiator at Low Speeds and Idle
- Reduces the Chance that Your Mustang's Engine Will Overheat
- Enhances the Fan's Cooling Abilities and Aids Minor Cooling Issues
- Offers More Protection from Fan Blades
- Made from Heat-Resistant ABS Plastic
This 3-1/2" Wide Plastic Fan Shroud efficiently draws cool air in through your Mustang's radiator when you're driving at a low speed and when you're idling, which is when your Mustang is the mostly likely to overheat. Made from heat-resistant ABS plastic, the fan shroud enhances the fan's cooling abilities while also offering more protection for the fan blades.
Please Note: Fan shroud brackets are sold separately.
*This fan shroud can also be used on 1965-1966 6-cylinder Mustangs with a manual transmission, but minor trimming will be needed for proper installation.
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