1990 K100e fan shroud

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  1. kinnidre

    kinnidre Bobtail Member

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    I have 2 1990 k100e cabovers with 855 big cam cummins and I am looking for some fan shrouds, Preferably 2. I’ve called lots of junkyards or if anyone is parting out some trucks and have looked online and have had trouble matching with aftermarket ones, also nobody seems too make them. Original shroud measures 40 1/2 tall 33 1/2 wide and 7 inches deep
     
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  3. Big Road Skateboard

    Big Road Skateboard Road Train Member

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    @Catmando

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    Catmando Road Train Member

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    Try Plantation truck parts in Colbert Oklahoma.. I don't their link to post it for you sorry butyou can Google them
    If that's a no go try @OLDSKOOLERnWV he is a K100 guy
     
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  5. OLDSKOOLERnWV

    OLDSKOOLERnWV Captain Redbeard

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    I don’t know that he has anything, but try Ricky, I know he had some Cabover Freightliner & international last time I was there. Even had an old White Cabover….. 4D4282BD-1CA1-4103-8840-CA5B4EE0015B.jpeg
     
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  6. SmallPackage

    SmallPackage Road Train Member

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    Not sure on the Kw’s but most of the Pete 352’s didn’t have shrouds because the radiators were so narrow they didn’t need them. When the “H”came out with the bigger radiator for the bigger power some had them and they too are hard to find now. In the Pete world the wide hood 359 was the first conventional to get one. That old fiberglass they used back then was brittle and broke to pieces on its own it seems like. Steel woulda been the way to go like White did.
     
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    SmallPackage Road Train Member

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    Since it sounds like you may have a broken one already and just looking for a replacement I would suggest finding a body shop or boat repair shop that has fiberglass skills and see if they can use the old one as a mold and make up a couple. Maybe an extra for a spare. Worth a try.
     
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