Author Topic: C6OE-C and C6OE-G fan differences  (Read 1979 times)

Offline e093116

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C6OE-C and C6OE-G fan differences
« on: February 02, 2012, 12:35:55 PM »
I picked up a C6OE-C fan yesterday.

The information I could find indicates the C6OE-C and -G fans are interchangeable (same # of blades, same overall OD, same clutch interface).

Wondering if anyone knows what the differences are between the two?

Thank you.

65 San Jose Fastback, May 15 build date

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Re: C6OE-C and C6OE-G fan differences
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2012, 01:34:40 PM »
Believe it was the size and shape of the blades.  The Bob Mannell book has info on this.
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Re: C6OE-C and C6OE-G fan differences
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2012, 04:38:58 PM »
Bob Mannell's book shows a different design for the two blades (Appx F, PG F7, Design 9 and 11). The Ford Car Parts book makes these notations for the C6OA-C fan - "Integral A/C", "First 1000 units" and "used w/C4AZ-8A618-A" clutch. The dimensions are listed as 17 1/2 in dia and 2 3/8 in dia center hole. That was on full size Fords in 1965 and 66. The only reference for Mustang was the C6OE-G fan for 66 thru 68 (65 lists the same service P/N but no marking info), same dimensions as the -C.
Note: the -G was used on the 68 GT-350 so sell it on the Shelby forum and make a killing.
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Re: C6OE-C and C6OE-G fan differences
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2012, 06:06:39 PM »
Thanks.  I ordered a copy of the book this afternoon.

I'm not happy with the performance of the repro hipo fan I have on the car now, so I thought I would try something different.  Need more airflow at idle, especially with AC on.


 



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Re: C6OE-C and C6OE-G fan differences
« Reply #4 on: September 15, 2014, 03:18:37 PM »
Bob Mannell's book shows a different design for the two blades (Appx F, PG F7, Design 9 and 11).


Note: the -G was used on the 68 GT-350 so sell it on the Shelby forum and make a killing.
Jim
 

I sure am happy my prayers were answered when I bought a C6OE-G with OE clutch for a really good price this morning...proof that "God's Not Dead!" (PS, a really good movie too!)  Very Pleased :D  (as long as it comes in good condition...whoops, might have jinxed myself)


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Re: C6OE-C and C6OE-G fan differences
« Reply #5 on: September 15, 2014, 05:22:39 PM »
Note: the -G was used on the 68 GT-350 so sell it on the Shelby forum and make a killing.
Jim
 

I just took one of these off my car as it was not correct and was added to help cool it better with the AC on...
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