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Unread 07-15-2015, 11:12 AM   #1
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I am looking for any feedback on the 12 inch overhead fan for 48 volt carts. I am considering purchase but would like feedback from anyone who has used this fan. Thanks.
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Unread 07-15-2015, 08:06 PM   #2
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I have one on my DS , I'll have to take and post photos of the mount and hook up.
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The fan comes with two resistors, they are designed to tie into two eight volt batteries. One for high speed and the other for low speed. I connected mine to my 12 volt power supply. The high speed is running on 9 volts the low speed is something like 5.5 volts. If you run this thing on 12 volts it screams. It is really fast on 9 volt. I run mine on low speed at 5.5 volts. I have a DPDT switch the resistors hook to, then to the fan. I also put a seat switch on the neg. wire to make the fan go off when not on the cart. No need for it to run while hitting ball or putting.

I got some aliumum strips from tractor supply to build a mounting system. I did not want to drill holes it my roof. I can slide the fan from side to side if I want to. I am thinking about getting a second one for the other side.

The seat switch is from a cub cadet mower. I ran the wires for the fan through the top support to the under side of the cart.

Hope these photos post.
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I have this one, and really like it.
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Schumacher...n-121/21642147
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I have one on my DS , I'll have to take and post photos of the mount and hook up.
Does it put out a good breeze? I have one used in cars mounted to the roof poles, thats decent. Just curious if you think it puts out enough to justify the $150? Thanks
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I just played in a tournament this past week end in 90+ temps. The fan was a life saver. Nice breeze on my head really felt good.
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