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    Default Low profile electric fan

    Looking for the best low profile 16" electric fan .no more than 2-1/2 thick do to clearence issue.thanks

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    Try looking through the spal website but if the entire fan with motor needs to be less than 2.5" thats gonna be a tall order.
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    Can you fill us in on what's going on with your setup? Maybe there's another option. For instance, I have a single e-fan with no clearance issues. If I did have issues, the deepest part of the fan (motor) could be offset enough to not interfere with the water pump snout. It's an aftermarket Chevy hhr fan.

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    Or if clearance is tight in the center, you could do smaller dual fans.

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