I need a plastic fan blade, approx 7inch dia with a 3.5 inch center
about .75 inch thick. I'll drill my own monthing holes for it.
I need to replace the hydrostatic cooling fan in my cub cadet 383
garden tractor, part number 759-3273 and about $30 retail. I remember
seeing(somewhere online!) fans of this size for less than $10 but
cannot find the source anymore.
Doubt a <$10 fan blade would be more than from a cheap air circulating
fan and wouldn't expect it to have sufficient "heft" to last for the
application. Sometimes OEM is best alternative...
Unless McMaster-Carr or JC Whitney or somebody similar, I don't know
where else to send you other than Google which I presume you've done...
serves you right, treating that riding lawn mower like it was some
kind of brush hog, I'm amazed you even got the thing to cut, since you
didnt even sharpen the blades, or replace that worn out deck belt. not
to mention not putting any grease in the zircs as you KNEW that no one
else had in the past 5-10 years. getting 6 foot tall weeds stuck in a
plastic fan that is blocked by the mower deck, the axle, the frame
tunnel just shows how determined you are to wreck the toys you get at
such bargain prices!
now if you was smart, you would strip that whole thing down, tighten
up all the loose bits on the steering, clean the zircs, get all new
belts, replace all the fencing wire with real cotter pins, and weld up
all the holes on the mow deck, and NEVER cut any grass taller than the
bottom of the frame tunnel, you'd have that thing running for the next
for those who think i am being to rude to tater, just look who is
replying to who :)
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