Radiator Cooling Fan For My 2011 Triumph Sprint GT

Randy

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I just went for a beautiful ride up the Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway in Virginia. Bike performed great. Then got caught in traffic in Charlottesville and my high temp light illuminated. I was able to get home to North Carolina. Did some troubleshooting and found the fan was binding when I tried to rotate it. Call dealership. The fan costs $ 400.0, yikes! Anyone out there know where I can get one cheaper?
 

shanered6

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I think you could probably repair your own .... it might be worth stripping it and having a look ?
other wise you could check out your local breaker and see what he has around , it doesn't need to be from a sprint gt any triumph from around that year will be the same .
 

Randy

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That is true. I think I will see if it is fixable.

Thanks Fluffy
 
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