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Blog Posts

Tips, news and expert insights from the world of heavy-duty engine cooling.

Understanding the different types of engine cooling fans for on- and off-highway equipment

January 15, 2021

An engine fan's purpose is simple. Keep a truck, tractor, construction machine, mine hauler, generator or other heavy machinery's engine and supporting components cool.

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How to minimize the headaches that come with a fan clutch rebuild

January 15, 2021

When a heavy-duty truck has a worn-out fan drive, the quickest way to get it back on the road is through a direct replacement using a new or remanufactured part. But every parts manager and repairman…

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Remanufactured semi truck parts provide benefits inside and outside the service shop

January 5, 2021

It’s no secret the use of remanufactured heavy-duty truck parts is becoming more popular. But did you know the reach of reman extends far beyond the highway?

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All there is to know about fan drive controls

December 30, 2020

Fan drives are central to a truck’s engine cooling system, controlling fan speeds to provide ample cooling without using too much energy. But how does a fan drive, or clutch, “know” how fast the fan…

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Horton announces simplified core return policy for reman parts in 2021

December 22, 2020

It's now easier than ever for heavy-duty aftermarket customers in North America to save time and money on remanufactured fan clutches.

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Proper tractor engine cooling systems help farmers cultivate at maximum efficiency

December 1, 2020

Grit, toughness and work ethic are all traits commonly associated with farmers, and rightfully so.

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